It is finally Election Day in the United States. Which means that the political landscape may shift dramatically today. But then again, it might not.
Either way, when you wake up tomorrow morning the political ads will be gone. And you’ll be happy to see commercials from your favorite local personal injury lawyers again.
I hope that you vote today. Or that you voted early, like me. Just don’t do both. And if the election doesn’t go your way don’t claim the election was rigged. It wasn’t. You were just part of the less popular crowd. And politics are a lot like high school.
The Everyday Elections
But today is not the only day you vote.
You cast important votes every day.
Not just for politicians or your favorite new Pringles flavor.
You vote with your actions. (And your non-actions.)
You vote with your time. (Investing or Wasting)
You vote with your attitude. (Positive or Negative)
You vote when you eat. (Both Quality and Quantity)
You vote with your habits. (Good or Bad)
You vote with your wallet. (This is more important than you realize.)
You vote people on and off your personal island. (You social savage…)
And you vote yes or no on hundreds of other decisions every day.
Remember, the choices you make each day make you.
Never forget that.
And don’t waste your votes.
Your future depends on it.
*If you know someone who could benefit from this message, please share it with them.