Is The Juice Worth The Squeeze?

I heard this from a new friend of mine who was updating a presentation he makes from time to time.

Of course, I lit up when he said this because we have been juicing at home since the first of the year and if there is one thing we have learned… there is some juice that’s worth the squeeze… and some that’s not.

It’s a question that’s been with me since he said it.

Think about how many situations in life you could ask this question around.

Is the effort I’m about to put into this next thing going to be worth the outcome that it produces?

Is the amount of time I’m putting into this project worth the end result?

Am I working to hard for something that won’t really happen or won’t really matter in the end?

How can I focus my energy into things that really matter?

How can I work on something that’s going to have focused results? Meaningful results? Or heck… that’s going to produce income!

What kind of time can I give away now that will benefit me down the road with a paying project?

What can I give away of myself to help out others?

What are you working on right now that you could walk away from knowing it won’t produce much of anything for you?

What could you be working on right now that would be worth the squeeze?

Ok people… let’s get after it.

Go squeeze some good juice.

Disclaimer

The views expressed here are those of a personal nature and do not reflect the corporate view of my employer or anyone else who employee my services.
  • http://twitter.com/ProfS Kathy Snavely

    Wonderful, thought-provoking and fresh!  This analogy will be swirling around in my brain for awhile!

    • http://www.spencesmith.com Spence Smith

      Hey Kathy… I know… It’s been sticking with me for a while now:)

  • http://www.glutenfreespouse.com/ Darron

    I love the quote so much I have it tattooed on my arm

    • http://www.spencesmith.com Spence Smith

      Seriously? I have to see a picture of that!

  • MW

    “You can’t get the juice without the squeeze”

    You must sacrifice to get something sweet in the end.

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