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We are surrounded by abundance, yet so often we become our own worst enemy.

Proper time management is everything, but this is not the time management that everyone else is talking about. Our goal here is different: Learn to distinguish between abundance and distraction, instantly.

Please understand that ‘management’ is not the same as ‘control.’ The more you try to control anything the more you lose sight of the big picture and how you fit into it. Recognize that the single biggest obstacle to your success is mistaking opportunities (abundance) for distractions, and vice versa.

Manage the moments, and the hours and days will take care of themselves.

Nothing great was ever accomplished ‘tomorrow.’ Those who achieve greatness do it with a sense of urgency, since the world suffers dearly for every moment their vision is not realized. They are not hasty, they do not rush, but they have learned proper time management.

Are you achieving greatness? Right now, you are surrounded by all the ingredients for success, all that is both Good and Plenty.

Or are you missing opportunities while you wait until you’re Good ‘n’ Ready?

Homemade Probiotic Mayonnaise

  • Servings: 20
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Difficulty: easy
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Inspired by Kelly the Kitchen Kop

This recipe has nothing to do with candy. Instead, I’d like to show you how you can transform simple ingredients into something extraordinary. As in cooking, as in business, so in life.

The other goal of this recipe is pure motivation, and to exercise your time management muscles. Very few people think of making their own condiments. It’s actually a lot easier than you think… hence the Good and Plenty.

Ingredients

  • Three eggs from happy hens, at room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 3/4 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 tablespoon whey*

Directions

  1. Separate the eggs and refrigerate the whites for another recipe
  2. Combine the egg yolks, lemon juice, and sea salt in a food processor and blend to combine
  3. With the motor running, add the olive oil in a thin stream.
  4. Once emulsified, add the oil a bit more quickly until you’ve used it all.
  5. When you’ve added all the oil, blend in the whey.*
  6. Spoon into a pint-sized mason jar, screw the lid on tight, leave on the counter for 7 hours, and then refrigerate.*

Bonus

  • Thai-Style: Replace 2 TBSP of the olive oil with peanut oil you have poured off the top of a jar of Organic Peanut Butter. Mix in 1/2 tsp galangal powder and 1/4 tsp pulverized Birds’ Eye Chiles in Step 2 above. Serve with Spring Rolls.
  • Japanese Style: Replace 2 TBSP of the olive oil with toasted sesame oil, and replace the lemon juice with the vinegar left over from a jar of pickled ginger. Add 1/2 teaspoon togarashi in Step 2 above. Serve with sushi.

*You can make your own whey by straining a 32 oz container of Organic, Grass-Fed Yogurt in cheesecloth in the refrigerator overnight. Whey is also the secret ingredient to probiotic mayonnaise.

Now stop reading this and go make something delicious right now. You have all you need to discover an underserved market, simplify your supply chain, or elevate your existing brand. At the very least, you’re on your way to a better sandwich.

Abundance, Mayonnaise, Motivation

An Abundance of Homemade Mayonnaise Makes This Sandwich Special

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