Over the last few days, I’ve been reading several retrospective posts about other people’s year in life and business. They talk about what they have accomplished, lessons learned, and how they succeeded or failed with the various goals they set for themselves when the year began.
Nobody likes admitting when they’re wrong, even to themselves. It’s hard enough to change things when you want to, let alone when you don’t. But sometimes it’s exactly what’s necessary.
A few years ago I created a side music project, separate from my singer/songwriter style to explore a newfound interest in ambient music. Today I’m shutting it down. I should also mention to the few people who care, I’m not quitting music…at least not forever.
Last Thursday I drove my oldest daughter to the dentist, and on the way home we had an interesting conversation that began about a toothbrush, turned into an economics lesson, and ended up with her asking me if she could learn how to type.