I have an admission to make: though I started off very gung-ho about this Go Big or Go Bust blog, my feelings about it are changing. One of our kids asked what it's all about and I had to be honest. "I'm not sure anymore. I'm getting a little sick of myself."
And then just this afternoon, at the post office, Lynn Singer, whom I've known but have rarely seen for thirty-plus years, was in line two people ahead of me. Eventually we got to talking and she mentioned the multi-media experience she's about to launch online. She was practically pounding on the table you're supposed to fill out your forms on: "Thoughts create reality! We're all hugely creative beings! Our job here is to unblock the mind and spirit." How could I not get excited: "When can I buy it??" Lynn was a little vague: "Soon." It's called Breaking Into Brilliance.
So tonight I'm thinking that my job may be to recognize that The Louise Log is already big, that I don't have to struggle and slave away to get somewhere. My job is to let go of my age-old idea that scrimping and saving and working my fingers to the bone is the path to success. I thought I had let go if it ... with all my great affirmations. Guess there's room for improvement.