Don’t remain silent – You have too much to give

Written By Geoff Talbot - Co-Founder Of The Seven Sentence Blog. 

 
 

  • Don’t underestimate the power of your voice.
  • Don’t underestimate the uniqueness of your point of view.
  • Refuse to let your insecurity stop you from giving us the best of what you have.

No one else can play your role, no one else can walk in your shoes, no one else sees things the way that you do.

When you remain silent we all shrink in stature BUT when you lend the world your voice we all grow in knowledge and understanding.

You have so much to give, so much to say, so much that could be of service.

Do not remain silent and lie down with regret, instead give us the best of what you have (Tweet).
 
 

Do Not Remain Silent

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Is it time to stop humming “yesterday?”

Written By Geoff Talbot - Co-Founder Of The Seven Sentence Blog. 

 
 
Is yesterday stealing your attention away from today?

If you find yourself constantly telling stories about how good it was in the past, then the answer to this question is mostly likely “yes.”

Yesterday is like an old lover, as long as her image remains engrained in the front of your mind, it will be very difficult for you to live fully today.

When nostalgia becomes your primary form of comfort, then she has actually become your enemy; for it is impossible to live and love fully today when “Yesterday” still has your heart held captive within her gnarled grasp.

Your biggest problem, may not be your current problem, your biggest problem maybe that you are still holding on to yesterday’s success. If you are feeling stuck today, it may be time to let go of yesterday for once and for all…

Instead let the “today” be your lover, embrace every uncensored moment, seize the incredible opportunities that are right in front of you, and you can fall in love over and over again every single day (Tweet).
 
 

Make This Freedom Yours

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That Moment When Size Is NOT Important

Written By Geoff Talbot - Co-Founder Of The Seven Sentence Blog. 

 
 
Are you so hungry to grow that you’ve lost sight of what truly matters?

Ambitious people have a tendency to care a lot about the numbers.  When it comes to the bottom line of your business this is clearly the most important factor to measure, however it is a mistake to use this approach in the social space.

You cannot accurately measure the relational wealth of your brand in a quantitative fashion. (TWEET THIS)

You could have a million followers, a hundred thousand blog readers and no brand loyalty whatsoever.

Which would you prefer?  1,000 twitter followers who are all completely disengaged (not listening to you) OR 12 deeply engaged followers who will do whatever it takes to share the important work that you do with and for others?
 
 

Why Size Is Not Important

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Grasp it, take ahold of it, make this freedom yours.

Written By Geoff Talbot - Co-Founder Of The Seven Sentence Blog. 

 
 
Nothing disqualifies you.

Just because you feel stuck, doesn’t mean you are stuck.

Success does not depend on others, your success really only depends only upon one thing — you becoming fully alive to who you are.

Playing small, hiding your light under a rock, that doesn’t help anybody (Tweet).

You owe it to others who have gone before you, those brave souls who gave their lives to fight against injustice and inequality so that you might have the kind of freedom that is right within your grasp.

Grasp it, take ahold of it, make this freedom yours.

Your life is simply a series of choices, keep making positive choices, keep saying “no” to hiding in the darkness and soon a great light will permeate your soul.
 
 

Make This Freedom Yours

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The Internet was made for introverts

Written By Geoff Talbot - Co-Founder Of The Seven Sentence Blog. 

 
 
I often wish I was an introvert.

I often wish that I had the God given ability to keep my mouth shut, to watch the world, to form my opinions and share them only when I was ready.

If you are introvert then I believe that the Internet is tailor-made for a person like you. Think about it, it is easy to listen online, you can take your time forming your own opinions in the comfort of your own living room and you can SHARE your thoughts only when you wish.

My favorite clients are often introverts, there is a depth there, a commentary that has been going on for a long time inside of you, which is both deeply insightful and very inspiring.

Of course being introverted is not the same as hiding and is not an excuse to remain comfortable in the ways that you express yourself, so don’t use it as such. Instead, use it as a place to bravely share the unique insights that you been given with the rest of us.

 
 

The Internet was made for introverts

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You could have all this and still be utterly unremarkable.

Written By Geoff Talbot - Co-Founder Of The Seven Sentence Blog. 

 
 
It is not enough to be big in social media, it is not enough to be connected to millions, it is not enough to have a massively well read blog.

You could have all this and still be utterly unremarkable.

I want more for you than numbers and words — I want you to have a legacy that matters.

In the west, everything we do tends to be about the transaction, you exchange an agreed amount of money for a product or a service.

One of the biggest tragedies of our time is that we have made our relationships transactional too — I give you this and you give me that.

If we want do something that matters then we are going to have to step outside the transactional mindset, we are going to have to obliterate the box of expectation in which we are all operating.

Doing remarkable work is about overwhelming exceeding the expectations of others, it is about being more real, more present, more alive and more accessible than others would believe possible.

 
 

Being Utterly Unremarkable

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Your legacy depends on this

Written By Geoff Talbot - Co-Founder Of The Seven Sentence Blog. 

 
 
When I write every blog post, I choose one person in my life and I write a post specifically for him or her. I do this because every form of human communication is underneath the surface, primarily about connection and unless we are specific about who we are trying to connect with… we will by default connect with no one.

So today, I am writing this blog post just for you.

I ask myself what is that you deeply need? What do I personally have to give you? And what I’ve come up with is this…

Friend, you are made of many strands, you have many different passions, gifts and interests, it is time to wind all these strands together into one powerful thread — it is time to give the world the very best of what you have.
 
 

Your Legacy Depends on This

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