#perfection and #excellence

My guiding thought for this year:

“Gentlemen, we will chase perfection, and we will chase it relentlessly, knowing all the while we can never attain it. But along the way, we shall catch excellence.”

Vince Lombardi

My inspiration and guide for this journey is Brian Johnson of optimize.me (click the referral link in the menu bar). I first curated content from Brian in 2012 — fully 7 years ago — but in true Buddhist fashion, the teacher did not totally appear because the student was not ready.

In 2018 I floated like a twig in the rapids of divorce, business failure, and foreclosure slamming first up against one rock and then another, barely staying afloat. In 2019 (accompanied by one extraordinary person who saw in me what I could not see in myself) I am charting an aspirational course for success focusing on Energy, Work and Love with Brian as my guide. Join me. Make 2019 the greatest year of your life in an unending string of such awesome years…

Make 2019 the greatest year of your life in an unending string of such awesome years…

Brian Johnson

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