By Andy Bailey, an EO Nashville member and CEO of Petra Coach
If you know exactly what you want, you increase the likelihood of getting exactly what you want. The converse is also true. If you don’t know what you want, or what you’re doing, you’re likely to cast a wide net, cross your fingers and wait.
When you’re fishing, for example, this results in catching littered coke cans, old shoes and a few miscellaneous sea creatures— if you’re lucky. If instead you know exactly what you want, you’re likely to cast your net at dusk during low tide, and skim the bottom near the shoreline. This preparedness drastically increases your odds in catching what you want— lots of good-sized shrimp. (more…)