I agree with most people on the validity of the old computer axiom: garbage in, garbage out. But I prefer talking about it a different way: goodness in, goodness out. When it comes to our attitude, our skills, and our knowledge, wouldn’t it be wise to place good stuff in our brain to improve the chances that good stuff happens for us? That’s why I believe in daily inspiration, and why over a year ago, I started providing it to others.
Let me explain.
Since 2004, we have been producing a weekly email newsletter, titled Unleashing Your Remarkable Potential (you can subscribe here and get a free gift). It comes every Monday morning to give readers ideas, information, and inspiration. It is designed to be good stuff to assist you in your week. Over time, it has evolved beyond a simple email to a newsletter with links to articles and resources.
But last year, we decided weekly wasn’t enough. I decided to write much shorter, easy to read on your phone emails and send them Tuesday through Friday. I just finished writing the 244th one.
Introducing a daily email
Internally, we call this “The Daily Email,” even though I only write and send it Tuesday-Friday. I could call it “Daily Inspiration,” “A Daily Jolt,” or “Something to Think About” – because I believe it is all three. We didn’t think about “marketing” it. We simply wanted to send it to Clients and long-term friends of our organization. But because of the positive response, today I am announcing it to the world. (You can subscribe here.)
We want to support your success in any way we can – and providing you daily inspiration is one way we think we can do that. Whatever we put into our brains will come out in some way in our thoughts and actions. There is plenty of places that garbage can go in – we want to be a source of goodness to go in.
So here is your summary, in case you missed it.
Monday – Unleashing your Remarkable Potential
Tuesday-Friday – the unnamed daily email
I hope you join me each day, but if you don’t, I hope you find a source for daily inspiration and ideas, because goodness in will create goodness out.