It is well known that composted manure is a fantastic fertilizer for growing your garden. However manure that is fresh out of an animal is not a good fertilizer because it is way to rich in nitrogen and other minerals it will “burn” the plants.
If we look at our lives, would it be logical to think that adding manure to it would help us grow? I don’t think so. Why do we “should” on ourselves and others then?
Adding “should” to your life, more often than not, negatively effects your life and more importantly, should-ing is horrible fertilizer for growing your business and relationships.
I should have done this….
You should try this…
I shouldn’t have done that…
Have you ever had a friend should all over you? Or maybe you are someone who should’s on others often? At one time or another we have all been guilty of should-ing on people.
Yes, manure is a good fertilizer for growing things but should-ing is not a good fertilizer for growing your business.
Instead what about taking the word should out of your vocabulary and including phrases such as… I get to, I want to, It would be interesting if I ______, have you ever thought about _________, have you considered _________?