Here goes blog quote #308...
"You may never know what results come of your action,but if you do nothing there will be no result."
The second half of Gandhi's statement is so powerful because it is virtually unsdisputable. If you don't do a thing, we know there will be no result.
Now on the contrary, how many times in life have you done something, and weeks and months later you think to yourself, why did I do that. It was useless. What a waste of time. It didn't help anyone. It didn't affect anyone. Then about a year later you get a call out of the blue asking you if you remember doing so and so, and how that act turned a persons life around. Happens all the time.
In my business I send out a daily email to improve peoples lives, even if in a tiny way. I don't always get immediate feedback, but more often than not, I hear 'down the road' how helpful I have been. Message: Do something. When in doubt, it's better to act than to do nothing.
That's my view...what say you?