A note about this limited edition print:
There is a price for something. Everyone knows that. What most people miss is that there is a “cost” of not paying that price for “that” something. This happens mostly for things related to self-development - things that you consider as investments in yourself.
Let us assume for a second that your goal is to become a really good leader. You are reading books related to leadership and management. You read somewhere that one of the world’s best public speaking coaches is conducting a 3-month coaching program and it costs a few thousand dollars. Honestly, you can afford it but you look at the price and balk. It seems expensive and you pass the opportunity.
Fast forward a few years from now. You and your close colleagues have an opportunity to present somewhere and your colleague (who attended the program) gets picked.
Moral of the story: You avoided paying a price earlier but paid a bigger price for not paying that price.
Where to use it:
In Your Office: As a reminder to show that there is difference between spending and investing.
In Your Cube: As a reminder to everyone visiting to focus on investing in the right areas.
In the Conference Room: Reminder to everyone having meetings there - to remember the collective investment of time.
More About this Print:
Printed on card stock.
8.5" x 11" Limited edition. Signed. Only 499 prints.
Note: $5 donated (for every sale) to one of my favorite charities - Room to Read