- Thoughts for inspired living

June 18, 2014


Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 5:44 am

0I was attending a seminar 12 years ago when the seminar leader said something profound: “The way you do one thing is how you do everything.”

He was suggesting that how someone held the microphone when asking a question gave away more than their mike technique; it showed you their approach strategy to everything.

Reminds me of my sainted mother . . . When she ran into an every day problem, like the stove not opening easily, she approached it with the force of a Category 5 hurricane.

She didn’t have a “gentle” approach to anything. I will admit that some of that strategy has “rubbed off” on me and to one of my sons.

While the hellfire approach is very effective in certain situations, it has its limitations.

Is your approach limiting you?

It’s worth noticing. Are you a one-trick pony? Most people answered “No” to that question when, in fact, the evidence points in the direction of “Yes.”

Just stopping to notice your approach presents you with more options. If you don’t notice, you’ll continue on automatic pilot and every approach will be on the same runway – one that’s on a collision course with reality.

There are two immediate benefits to noticing your approach:

1. It makes you more flexible.

2. It keeps your oven door from being ripped off.

All the best,


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