The Singular Pursuit

Posted by Dave Allee on

You've likely heard the saying—which I believe is attributed to Confucius—"He who chases two rabbits catches neither". It's meant to serve as a sobering reminder that a lack of focus will lead to you not achieving either (or any) of your goals. 

For many of us, the Fall hunting season is firmly on the horizon, getting nearer with every passing day. For others, the warm waters of Summer have brought prized pelagic fish as close to home as they will be all year long.

As you look ahead to the late Summer and early Fall, what is the singular pursuit that you're after?  

What is the one goal that would make this season a success?

I'm asking because I genuinely want to know the answer.  

A big part of deeper relationships with the natural world is encouraging and supporting the various dreams and goals that each of the members of this club possess. 

Once you can answer that question, I have two follow-up questions...

  • A. What is one small thing you can do today to take steps toward that goal?
  • B. How can this club—and subsequent community—help you reach your goal?

That's it. When you have your answer, I'd love to hear from you. Shoot me a note and let me know: 

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