I work on houses a lot. Never my own, but my much more successful friends’ houses. I could go on a tangent about how if I work on multi-million dollar houses, my skills must be legit, but I will instead relay the tale about the time when we were putting arched pass-thrus in a friend’s kitchen. We hit a snag where we weren’t sure what to do next, had a bunch of options, and were kind of stuck in a loop when Tim put together the most nonsensical group of words that happened to somehow make perfect sense.
Keep doing what you’re doing while you’re doing it
Simple. Elegant. A little confusing. And all together perfect.
I live by two credos:
1. What goes around comes around, and
2. Keep doing what you’re doing while you’re doing it.
And that’s what I have to do.