If your email box is anything like mine, it’s filling up this week with some pretty typical New Year gobbledegook.
Know what I’m talking about?
“Set your goals for 2010!”
“Get a fresh start in your online (or offline) business!”
“Go, go, go!”
I’m already exhausted with it.
But you know me.
I’m the guy who likes to do things easy.
I’m the “ne’er-do-well.” The “loafer.”
I’m the guy who wrote the book about how to fire-up your cash flow over a donut and coffee, for cryin’ out loud.
I’d rather sit at the beach, gaze at the waves, and smoke a good ceegar than spend an afternoon hunched and sweating over a keyboard.
So I’m not gonna tell ya in this last week of 2009 to get off your butt and spend all your time planning for the coming year.
Instead, I’ll suggest you take a few deep breaths, relax, and just put your mind to work.
But in a fun way.
Start by taking a look at this wonderful article by Brian Clark.
It’s called “How to Do Less and Get More.” And it really delivers the goods.
After you’ve read Brian’s article and given it a little thought, why not share your ideas by posting a comment here? We can spend these last few days of the year comparing notes.
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