Greetings from Colombia!
I’m spending some time now in Bogota after spending the first part of the week with the Pencils of Promise team in Guatemala, checking out the brand new dedicated Impossible school we built during the first part of the year! I’ll have more updates (and a lot of photos) on that soon but, as I’ve been traveling the past week or so, I want to talk about a great question that Jeff Sarris of the ever-talented Spyr Media brought up, that’s made me stop and think.
The more you do it, the better you get. The decision: Continue to produce the same it in less time or go bigger & better (spend more time)?
— Jeff Sarris (@jeffSARRIS) May 28, 2013
The more you do “it”, the better you get. The decision: Continue to produce the same “it” in less time or go bigger & better (spend more time)? - Jeff Sarris
I’ve been working out this question myself, but I’m interested in your thoughts, so I asked Jeff if I could continue the discussion here on the site and he was all game.
So what do you think?
Do you focus on building “it” faster, or on re-adjusting your sights and aiming even higher?
Leave your comment below.