Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?
I don’t know the answer for every application of that question. But in this case, the farmer is giving away free samples, and I think you should at least taste the milk and see if you like it, right?
Yesterday I posted about how I have difficulty sometimes achieving the goals I’ve set for myself – I think about things I want to do, I have good intentions to make some changes but at the end of the day, I realize I haven’t checked them off my To-Do list and they just keep piling on until I’m overwhelmed, I’m tired of them and I start something else. That was before. On Sunday, I was sufficiently motivated to start a 30 Day Intentional Living course with John C. Maxwell, to help me shift my focus so I can move from good intentions to good actions.
Because I’m paying for the Intentional Living course, I get to share the 7-day experiment with my friends, and if you click this link, then I guess you’re confirming that you are my friends. Thanks. 😀
Everyone doesn’t need the same things so the same plans might not work for everyone but if you’re willing to try a 7 day offer, where you get a short 4 minute video and some strategies to implement during the day to make your interactions more significant, then I think it’s worth a try.
If you sign up, I’d love to hear your experience – I hope you find the program as useful as I am discovering it to be already even though I am only on Day 3 today.
Sometimes at the grocery store, you enjoy the free samples so much that you buy the product and take it home so you can enjoy the whole meal and share the experience with your family. Sometimes you don’t like the sample and you walk away. Either way, isn’t it better that you tried?