Did you ever wonder why Jerry Seinfeld was so funny? He was funny because he took the obvious everyday events that we all could relate to and he reminded us, by exaggeration, why we should be laughing. After watching an episode, you could no longer not see the humor in that event anymore. We now reference things like the “Soup Nazi” or the “close talker,” or “Yada, yada, yada” because of Seinfeld.
When someone exposes something we haven’t seen before, even if it’s been right in front of our eyes, we can’t not see it ever again. Every day I strive to bring you something motivating or inspiring that once you “see” it, you can’t not see it ever again. You see, the truth is, I don’t need to know anything about you to know that you have everything you already need inside of you to do anything you want to do—I simply need you to see it inside of you so you can never not see it again.
So today, what can’t you not see about yourself? Go back to any post I wrote that resonated with you and ask, “Why did this post reverberate with me?” Now ask yourself, “What action step did I take?” If you didn’t take any steps, ask yourself, “Why?” Finally, ask yourself, “What steps will I take now that I can’t not see this?” Look, you can believe there’s “no soup for you,” or you can believe you can have any darn soup you want!” It’s your choice.