The book Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin is life-changing. After all, that’s all we can ever hope for – to be better than we were yesterday.
This week I struggled for hours with a nonsensical technology problem (I couldn’t get Microsoft Word to download onto my new PC!).
Now that I’ve fixed the problem, I can leverage my newly acquired information throughout my small business, so nobody else wastes their time on the same issue.
What if we looked at all problems as a way to bypass a future struggle? A way to become “better than before?”
Stated in this positive way, problems, mistakes, and issues would likely become a more welcome part of our days.
They say Finland is the world’s “happiest place.”
But what I love about owning a business, is that inside our 4 walls I’m able to create my own Finland.
And best of all, you don’t have to own a business to try this yourself:
You can practice this idea first, right in your own family.
Watching James Holzhauer dominate Jeopardy, is a reminder that the constraints and rules we often accept without question, could be all in our heads.
What rules should you be questioning?