Starting from scratch is overrated.
Every day we do things that we've done a hundred times before. We write emails, plan our weeks, write these essays, research, write newsletters. And most of the time we stare at a blank screen and start from scratch.
Wouldn't it be easier if we had a starter?
A few months ago I decided to start making my own Kombucha. Every Kombucha batch needs a starter (called a SCOBY) which introduces the bacteria needed to make the tea ferment.
You can make your own SCOBY, but it's much easier to go online and buy a starter kit. That's what I did and two weeks later I was drinking a fresh batch of Kombucha.
So what if Instead of trying to start everything from scratch, we built a starter kit for our lives that helped us get more done with less effort?
Here's how to get started:
Quickly your Starter Kit will begin to compound as you document and build your library of knowledge.