I just moved my sites to a new, bigger server... made the jump after about eight months of waffling... I waffled because of the money, waffled because of the technical challenge, waffled because I didn't want to do it...
But on New Year's Eve I did it, and was bracing what was going to be a lot of work, but more importantly a rare occasion for me to face the tiger: I am not the smartest person on the planet.
If what we need is a larger vocabulary so we don't fall into the trap of the mind where everything is the same as everything else, that it makes a lot of sense to start, as soon as you can, building a larger vocabulary.
With every new word a large chunk of the invisible reveals itself... priceless.
Here is the first word:
Jaunty. 1. könnyed and 2. vidám in Hungarian, I have to admit that in the past 37 years since I left Hungary, I haven't seen anyone Jaunty... Maybe I saw them obnoxiously loud and too much smiling... but jaunty?
Jaunty is having or expressing a lively, cheerful, and self-confident manner, cheerful, cheery, happy, merry, jolly, joyful, gleeful, glad. It is not the forced jolliness of pretense. And it is not the drunken glibness of the party. It is beautiful and it is natural. And I am, occasionally that, but haven't had a word for it.
How you do anything is how you do everything. I can spend five minutes with you and can tell your chances for success, for love, for money... even without measuring your vibration. Just by observing you...
You can also watch your behavior. Observe it when you can, observe it when I ask you to.
What is the fastest way to devolve... the greased chute to lose your vibration? To move yourself to the horizontal plane...
Sometimes I write articles to solve an issue for myself... Tai calls this chess-like assiduity... lol.
Sometimes I write articles to address and issue one or more clients are dealing with... and help them solve it for themselves. Because, remember, when things don't go well... there is something that you don't know/don't see
And sometimes I write articles to prevent an issue for a client, and issue that is predictably coming.
This article fits category two and three... Some clients are struggling with an issue the other clients are about to encounter...
The issue is devolving. Greased chute to hell... Not a happy issue, is it?