The summer of 2016 has been hot, humid, and scattered with powerful storms across the country. Just a few days ago I sat watching bright streaks of lightning, listening to the loud crack and roar of the thunder over my home. Another one of the massive thunderstorms organized as part of the “Ridge Rider” storm system in the Midwest. Mother Nature is amazing in her creation and beautiful in her delivery.
In between the flickering of the lights in my office, I sat working on the outline of a new program for my business. Organizing my thoughts into an outline and breaking down the concepts into actionable strategies. When all of a sudden, a bolt of lighting stuck with such power, Lucy – my 12-½ year old puppy, who until then was sleeping through the storm – jolted awake and ran off into the bedroom. After consoling her and getting her settled, I realized a powerful connection.
I’ve been re-reading Napoleon Hill’s classic Think and Grow Rich. One of the principles of his work is the organization of knowledge.