Lots of chatter it seems about our personal philosophy. So much so, it’s become a fairly regular interview question. How would you answer it? If you’re BBTL, the answer likely would connect the questioner to your CORE & OPUS – who you are, why you’re here, and where you’re going.
This would be good.
What would be great, you ask? Connect them to your PoP – your playbook of productive action. You see, friend, your PoP is what you’re doing. The best way to answer anyone questioning your philosophy?
Slow down. Reflect. Write. Who will I see as I watch you day in and day out? You can do more than you think. Do more. Good…
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Freaking love this.
What almost sounds like a challenge at first is really just conviction.
Watch me live a life thriving outside the norm.
Watch me surrender and gain freedom and abundance.
Watch me invite others to join.