QUESTION: “Can my today better my tomorrow?”

Instead of looking for an immediate ROI, I’ve started looking towards a compounding future benefit.

Imagine the momentum of daily doing the following:

— taking time to train or correct someone
— learning a skill
— going to bed earlier
— saying no that second cookie or glass of wine

When consulting, I encourage clients to create and publish regularly for it:

  1. improves their skills
  2. refines their story
  3. speeds up the process of on-going creativity

When they create a catalog of thought leadership, new people organically discover them, consume them and learn to trust them.

ie, the mental/emotional engine that drives your daily efforts.

Routines like journaling and talking with a coach can shine light on limiting thoughts and cloudy emotions.

… bringing the hidden things to the surface, you learn to avoid repeating destructive patterns.

May your todays, create better tomorrows

— AC

Arvell Craig is a marketing guy, entrepreneur, speaker, coach, author, etc. @


Of all the things you could do today — think about the things you love that you put off.

Doing what you love always has an immediate ROI.

Happiness and satisfaction often comes from the act, not the results form doing what we love most.

Why not prime yourself by doing what you love every day?

Fascinated by the connection of Personal Development and Business Growth — CEO/Founder of Chatbot Funnels, Design That Speaks.

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