Do You Know The Best Gift You Can Share With Others?
This Week's Simple Tip
We hear about family plans to pass down things like watches, jewelry, paintings, antiques, etc. It is interesting how much less frequently you hear about the importance of passing down wisdom and knowledge. Yet some of my prized possessions are the tidbits of knowledge others have shared with me. Just to name a few:
My mother's recipe for yeast coffee cake
Bunny's advice on Costco boxes for prepared food delivery
Jerry's secret to scrambled eggs ... cumin!
Art's "how to pick the perfect avocado" training
These are lasting treasures that constantly remind me of the teacher who shared them with me. Along the road in life we learn many things. Why not share them with others? And why not seek them out from others in your life?
Alex Haley once said: "Every time an old person dies, it’s like a library burning down." My hope with Simple. Sweet. Serenity. is not to be that burnt down library. This is my 100th issue! I started writing these after my year from hell (you can read about it in my book below). While trying, it left me rich with life-changing lessons which I share each week. Please let me know if I am hitting the mark, and how I can reach more people like you!
This Week's Focus:
This week, think about the little things you've learned along the way, and who might benefit from knowing these pearls of wisdom. Make the time to share that gift of wisdom.
Click on the serenity sticky to print, cut and post on your bathroom mirror to remind you of this week's focus. Good luck!