Do As I Say

Do As I Say

Do as I say, not as I do.

Given that most of us can’t get it right all the time, it’s some good advice. (Surprise.)

  • If I were to remind you to be approachable to people because it invites opportunity but didn’t do it myself, is the idea less valuable to you?
  • If I’m not patient or thankful (Smile & Move principle #2) but suggest you should be, is the advice wrong?
  • If I suggest you complain less but continue to complain myself, should you follow my lead?

It’s your life. You’re responsible for it regardless of what others do.

Don’t let someone’s bad example keep you from enjoying your pursuit of better.

Go first … and stay with it.

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