Talk about variety – Rick Cockrum wears many hats. Rick runs a software company which develops software for personal effectiveness. He is a philosopher. He and his wife operate a single screen theater and best of all, he runs a personal development blog (which is almost a collection of his articles) where he writes on variety of topics.
Rick sent a question that is so timely and provides a new perspective on planning for your new year.
Optimist warning: Once you read this question, either you are thinking or you are lying that you are not thinking 🙂
(click on the button to read the background for this series)
Here’s Rick’s Quought for the Day
Rick’s note accompanying the question: The point of the question is that in setting goals, we look at the next day, week, year, 5 years, lifetime. I want to turn the question around. Often people look differently at the importance of what they’re planning if they think of remembering it, rather than trying to do it.
1. Rick’s software company: RDCSoft
2. Rick’s blog: Shards of Consciousness
Quought = Question that provokes thought. Questions are important. Thinking is important. Questions that make you think are very important!