Last night I said hello to my neighbor who was watering a tree in front of his house.
It was around dusk, the golden kind, and the way the light hit the tree made me realize I had never seen it before.
“Has that always been there?”
“Yeah, it came with the house.”
This is about a ten foot tree in a large ceramic pot.
Which you would think would be hard to miss but I was seeing it for the first time.
I’m sure there are volumes about human perception here but that’s not the point.
We all have obvious things in our lives we don’t see every day.
Sometimes it’s a solution to a problem, or a business idea. Or the perfect promotion.
You see it when you see it I suppose but for those of us writing for money, now would be a good time.
It’s all about intention. I like my neighbor but don’t care about the tree. I don’t need to see it.
I do need to see the next right action for my business and so do you. That’s why I study, and write every day. To see the things I need to see.
That’s the design behind Retired Writer’s Club. A daily email that goes out to our secret list with one purpose – to help you see the things you need to do to make money.