“Starting isn’t my problem, it’s finishing I struggle with.”
If you think finishing is your weakness, I want you to think about a time when you didn’t finish a project. Have one in mind? Ok, now think about what this question means and answer it honestly.
Wasn’t the real problem that you stopped starting? Click To Continue…
There is no “wrong” choice here, unless you’re on a diet. If this plate was within one mile of me, I would eat it all. Guaranteed. Even those garnishes wouldn’t stand a chance. I should know better than to write hungry.
Imagine. You’re in an ice cream shop and they have more than 300 flavors.
There are vertical levels of ice cream four levels high that you access with a sliding ladder, like the ones in old libraries. On the ladder peering into an bucket of peanut butter chocolate explosion, you salivate. Oops.
The guy below you looks up and complains about a “leak in the roof.” You smile guiltily, but he doesn’t catch on.
Now looking across the shop at the menu, you see the famous elephant bowl comes with seven flavors! Suddenly, you are in a daze, looking at the same spot on the floor for an embarrassing amount of time.
How are you going to choose? Are you even going to be able to see all of the flavors before they close? Do they have paprika?
“It’s too much.”
The thought pops into your head, and your pro-ice-cream instincts curse the thought of too many ice cream flavors. The shop owner, Jack, glares at you from the second level where all the berry flavors are kept. Jack reads minds. Click To Continue…
My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure.
~ Abraham Lincoln
Simply put, what does every person want? Success in their pursuits. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen, and here are the top 9 reasons why people fail. Click To Continue…
Three things stop people from doing something they want to do.
- It’s too hard.
- It takes too much time.
- It costs too much money.
If you want to focus, this solution is easy, takes 5 minutes, and is free. It’s an excuse killer.
Cheetahs are lightning bolts, and they’re excellent at focusing on catching their prey. It’s a lethal combination. Learn to focus with the intensity and speed of a cheetah, and you’ll be lethal to mediocre days…or something.
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This is me in Kauai, Hawaii. One of my goals is to travel… frequently!
1) Start. Even if you think the first effort is going to go poorly. You will improve in time through experience, but you won’t get any experience if you don’t start. The worst thing you can do is try to perfect yourself before attempting. Getting everything right is not as important as making progress. Click To Continue…