What are you looking for?

Are you looking for problems?
Or are you looking for solutions?

If you’re committed to finding faults with someone, you’ll see every flaw clearly; if you truly want to find what is special about someone, it will be impossible to miss how amazing they are.

When assessing work, there will always be mistakes, and details overlooked…you can focus on that, or see the big picture instead.

Whatever you are looking for you are likely to find.
So what are you looking for?

It’s like you’re talking to me

  • Did I write the post specifically for YOU?
  • Did I write a post that resonated with you, because I understand my audience?
  • Do you follow this blog because the posts I write resonate with you?
  • Or was it just a coincidence?

Whatever the case, I love when my readers tell me that I wrote the post for them.

That’s a connection that I’m honored to have with my readers…and it’s no coincidence.

Memories of Success

Note to self: Start writing down accomplishments, create case studies and be sure to include measurable results.

This is helpful.

Jeff Gibbard

PS Anyone else reading this, should also do this.