Fifteen and Forgiveness in Action!

Well, I can truthfully report that Al Secunda’s 15 Second Principle works for me – in the form of using it to finally release the audio interview I did with him some weeks ago now.

Ever the latent perfectionist, I soon noticed the urge to do anything but publish the d^%n thing!

Such as:

  • editing it with Audacity software’s bag of tricks,
  • waiting for a written transcript to be produced (on hold, I ditched that one),
  • thinking about releasing it on CD
  • planning to release a workbook simultaneously!

La-di-da-dee-da! Just look at those four procrastinating verbs I saddled myself with!

At that rate you would be lucky to have access to it before March 2009!! Fortunately, I applied “15 and forgive” in the form of about 15 minutes each night (I’m tired after work at the moment) for about a week and here it is.

Maybe not a 100% perfect audio production – but good enough.

You can download the mp3 audio file of our interview for free
by clicking on this link:
Fifteen and Forgiveness

While comments remain open, I really appreciate all constructive feedback on this Al Secunda interview.

– Mark McClure

PS – For a background post on Al Secunda’s work and how to apply some of it to career change and personal transformation, start with this post on taking mini actions.

I then used some ‘public accountability’ to get the actual interview done, as shown by the “DoTo” list item I described in this time management post.

I’d also recommend you to go straight to the source and get Al’s book on The 15-Second Principle.

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