Too many *whatevers* spoil the broth

My favorite – Japanese Vegetable Nabe…

‘Too many cooks spoil the broth’ has been used in actual kitchens but also in everyday activities meaning too many persons involved in managing an activity can ruin it.

So can:

setting too many goals result in none being attained

focusing on paying off all your debts at once but not making a dent in any

generating tons of ideas for improving your business but not implementing one

discovering a ton load of affirmations but never using any  effectively

For the next thirty days why not set one goal, work on paying off one debt, implement one business idea, use one affirmation every day for the thirty day duration.

I’d love to hear how this works for you.

If you’ve been following my blog – by now you must realize that I write about what I need to learn the most. 🙂 I’m going to be reducing the number of cooks across the board.

Will let you know if the quality of food improves in the next thirty days!

Vegetable Nabe from


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