Day 35 of My 1-Year Experiment

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

Spring

May 2019

“4”  Steve Zahn, 51: “Let no one rush you along.  It works out great when you relax and move at your own usual pace.” Scorpio

Here’s an intro I’ve been working on today, 5/9/19: What does an Idea Packager do?  That’s what I’m answering in Volume Two of the Knowledge Path Series. 

The first volume answers the question, “If I can live and work anywhere in the world, then which community should I choose as the best fit for my inspiration, satisfaction and happiness?” 

The second series answers the question, “If I could work for any company or type of organization either as an employee, consultant or independent contractor which type or stage of growth brings out the best and worst in me?” Given the choice, which should I pursue and which should I avoid like the plague?

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

I’m swiping the Holiday Tau from the rest of the Steve’s today since I’m struggling with writing of Volume Two of the Knowledge Path Series.

How do you balance these competing priorities?

“3”  Steve Greene, 34; Steve Guttenberg, 61:When you have something good, you want to share it.  The other thing you need to do is protect it.” Virgo

Thanks G and G.  Without sacrificing time devoted to writing I believe I need to earn more time by being more efficient.

“4”  Steve Greene, 34; Steve Guttenberg, 61: Having excellent organizational systems will make you more productive.  Ask yourself, ‘How can I do things faster, cheaper or simpler?’” Libra

Same to you Steve, as I progress towards the end of my editing process I definitely need to find the emotional chords I don’t necessarily feel as a thinker.

“4”  Steve Harvey, 62:At the end of the day, everyone recalls the parts that were joyful, scary, angry or epic.  Use this. Strike an emotional chord to create a desired impact and influence.” Capricorn

Here’s how I’m making Nash’s Holiday Tau my own.  By interpreting it as finding my voice to express my point of view as I write Volume Two of The Knowledge Path series.

“4”  Steve Nash, 45: Some of what you encounter is quite amazing.  There are always a few different ways to look at it.  Once you land on a way that works for you, hold steady to this point of view.” Aquarius

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Inspired by Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate