A Good Start Finishes Half The Work
You probably have not heard the Russian proverb I used in the title; however, you might have heard the story about the two competitive wood cutters. While one of them worked nonstop, another one was taking breaks. At the end, the first guy was surprised that his friend cut twice as much wood. “How did you manage to do it?” he asked with amazement. “Very simple. While you were cutting, I was taking breaks to sharpen my ax.” This is how I felt after last year. Working nonstop for long hours, thanks to low mortgage rates, I felt that my “ax” needs to be sharpened. Besides, I needed time (physical and mental) to continue to work on my next book. We are now in Maui, where we came for a weeklong vacation, as an excuse to commemorate my birthday on January 13th.
Ordering “42 Encounters with Laughter” can be a gift for you and your friends, as well as a gift for me, and it can be a good way to start the New Year. The book is going to be available on amazon.com in a few weeks. If you want to pre-order, please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s make 2021 a Year of Laughter. And to help you to have a good start, start with a smile while looking at this beautiful rose and its transformation.