Not yet was his unspoken mantra — or so it seemed. He never would have admitted that, of course.
But to his friend, it felt like that was Lachlan’s slogan. It became a kind of running joke. He was always doing something to get ready.
Collecting books could have been a full time job for him. 20 or 30 books on any topic he was interested in lined the shelves in his living room.
He could tell you all the things you needed to do to start a business, though he had never actually done any of them.… Click to read more
I want to help you actually wake up excited on Mondays.
Not just for Cyber Monday (so you can be told to buy stuff you don’t need), but every Monday.
That’s why for 24 hours only, I’m making Trailblazer 50% off.
Trailblazer will help you:
- Find your passion
- Create your offer to the world
- and make at least $1,000 in the next six months doing what you love
If you do the work and it doesn’t accomplish all that, I will give you all you money back, plus $100.… Click to read more
Keep preparing, planning, waiting.
I managed to deceive myself this way for an entire year.
The seductive siren of endless preparation will fight to pull you in. To keep you preparing for the perfect plan.
Of course, the hilarity is that it doesn’t exist.
The perfect path/plan/project is a giant fucking myth – and it’s responsible for the countless toll of dreamers dying with their plans inside of them.
I almost got sucked down this road to nowhere, luckily I have smart people around me to call me out on my shit.… Click to read more
Three times further than you’ve ever run in your life. You’re at the final mile of your first ever marathon, and your legs feel like rubber and your heart feels like it’s going to explode out of your chest.
They told you about this. You’ve hit the wall.
It takes everything within you not to collapse. But despite your best efforts, your knees buckle and you fall to the ground.
If there was any water left in your body you might cry.… Click to read more
Deep in debt, making little income, and with a new born on the way, Dustin was up against a wall. He was working 40 hours a week with me on a software startup that was making $0 money.
He was stressed out, overworked and had to find a way to make some income on the side. He didn’t have the luxury of creating a business plan or testing a lot of ideas.
Pressure and necessity forced him to:
- Focus only on what got results.
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