One of the things I admire about some of my favorite bloggers, is when their posts are short. They make their point succinctly and then they get the heck outta there. Check out Randy Gage or Bob Burg or Seth Godin. Short, informative and profoundly thought-provoking, as evidenced by the interesting discussions in the stream of comments.
I don’t usually enjoy reading long blogs, and I attempt to keep mine brief. I always think “this is gonna be a short post” and before I know it I’m blah-blah-blogging away, long after I could have (and perhaps should have) been complete.
So here is my attempt at a short, informative and thought-provoking post. Pretend all the text above the smiley faces does not exist.
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The key to having a happier, more fulfilling, all-around-better life is as simple as A B C
A. Think about what you want more often than you think about what you don’t want, what you don’t have or what you’re worried about.
B. Add frequent thoughts about what you are grateful for.
C. Move your feet.
Did I forget anything?