Yesterday I had my second radio interview this summer. This time, it was about the company I work for. The interview was with a pretty popular Irish radio station. You can see the name up there if you really want to know what it is =)
It was a great experience for sure, I loved having a chat about what I’ve been doing Monday-Friday for the past 6 months. And like all things that happen in my life… whether I realize it or not… after the fact I find myself thinking about it and embellishing it or wondering more about it.
I thought about the interview this morning, as I was sharing the podcast on our company’s twitter, and I remembered what the waiting room in the station looked like. On the wall was the phrase “What do you want to get out of today?”
So of course I’m sitting here thinking about it and wondering, what exactly does that mean? What DO I want to get out of today? Or is it What do I WANT to get out of today? Or is it What do I want to GET out of today? Or is it What do I want to get out of TODAY?
Each one is a bit different and to be honest I think each one can apply to any of my days depending on the kind of day I am going to have. Sometimes I wake up and I know that I want to get something done that day. That is one kind of day I guess. And other days I wake up and I know that there are some things that I want to figure out that day. Other days I want to focus on just being in the moment and enjoying the day and some days its just about doing what ever I want and not having a plan. Every day is a blank canvas really. That to me is so exciting.
I am always getting excited at the thought of not knowing what could happen next. But that’s only because I have faith in myself that whatever it is that comes my way or that I decide to do, I will come out of it being a better me. Do you feel that way about yourself? That’s probably the way to get whatever it is that you want out of your “todays”. Every day doesn’t always have to be the best day ever, you just should make sure you get something out of it.
If you think about it, you always do. You just have to think about it.