“It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed.” -Napoleon Hill
Everyone has at least one. It weaves its way in and out of our thoughts during fleeting moments. It isn’t until our head hits the pillow at the end of a long day that it decides to show up and get comfortable square in the center of our stream of consciousness. Suddenly all of the to dos that seemed so important throughout the day fall into a void and this one thing is clamoring with such intensity that any hope of calm and quiet rest is hopeless. Instead of sleeping, you stare at the ceiling as your heart races wondering how it has become so distant, but managed to linger for so long. By the morning it will sneak out the back door of your mind into your subconscious yet again until the next day or the day following and, perhaps, after enough sleepless nights, it will disappear altogether.