I've been neglecting my Science of Getting Rich studies this past month and more. That's the problem, isn't it, with self-directed studies? Without anyone to stand over us to tell us what to do and when to do it, it is oh so easy to lose focus.
That's the difference, I suppose, between those who cut a wide swath in the world, and my tendency to cut a rather narrow one. The cutters of wide swaths keep their minds on the business at hand, while I continue to harvest only just-enough, rather than an abundance of the world's abundant good, because my attention wanders. Gosh I get annoyed with myself!
I'm not sure why I stopped my weekly practice of work with our book. It's not because I've lost interest in being rich. I would love to have the expanded life-style that would be mine as a rich(er) woman. Nor is it because anything we've seen so far in our book is too outlandish or difficult to do. I can accept the basic premises, no problem - that's what this blog has been about so far!
I wasn't over-challenged; I didn't lose interest; I simply got busy doing other things. It's springtime, holidays and the garden beckoned, and I ... closed the book and went outside.
That's my story.