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I’m feeling restless today. There’s really no other way to explain it. It’s one of those days where I have a million thoughts running through my brain and I can’t seem to focus on just one.

The biggest collective thought is a general who / what / when / where / why / how for 2010.

In my overall short time as a small business professional I have found that days like today are my weakest moments. I get caught up in the details of the answers for questions I haven’t even thought up yet. Business can be darn confusing, and for a guy who prides himself on knowledge and having a solid answer at all times, it shows how far I have yet to go.

I want a lot of things for 2010. More wisdom, more success, more relationships, and yes, even more money. Coupled with these things, and even apart from these things I want more ACTION.

I want to explore and blaze trails for myself. I want to see new horizons and touch foreign soil. I want to feel the familiar breeze in an unfamiliar land. I want to see a new landscape with new friends. I want new successes for myself and for my co-workers and colleagues. I want to hit a home run and score a touchdown. I want to stand at the top of a mountain. I want to sit down in a home that’s not my own and share the wisdom that has so graciously been shared with me.

I also want to fail. I want to strikeout. I want to stumble and fall. I want to get a black eye. I want to feel the sting of defeat. I want to fall flat on my face.

I then want to pick myself up and do it all over again. Why?

We learn more by our failures and shortcomings than from our successes.

I’m ready to win and to lose in 2010. I’m ready for the ups and downs, for the joy and the heartache. I’m ready for the tears and for the laughter. I’m ready to help more people than ever before through conversation and consulting, and I’m also ready to ask for exponentially more help.

2010 – the year of action.


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