Consciously adopting your beliefs can make your life amazing. Randomly or unconsciously collecting beliefs can make your life hell.
When you actively seek out powerful beliefs, you can design a life that other people think is only for savants and outliers.
If only they knew that the beliefs that shape your life are more like clothes you can try on or take off at any time (granted, some are like tight leather pants that can be a bit pesky to peel off).… Click to read more
I’m sure you’ve heard all the cliches before…
“Follow your passion!”
“Just do what you love!”
“Find what makes you come alive!”
But, what if you don’t know what your passion is, or if it can actually make you money?
Well, I’ve got a proven method for actually finding your profitable passion in an hour or less.
Normally I charge $47 for this program. Today I’m going to give it to you for free (on one condition).
You might be wondering if this works even if you’ve already followed the typical advice:
- Just ask yourself what you’d do if money didn’t matter!
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My boss laughed when I told her.
“Just watch me,” I thought.
A year later I would prove her wrong. But it wasn’t long before this that I had completely given up.
Maybe it was because I had just let myself down so much that I couldn’t trust myself anymore.
I said I wanted to be a musician, but I never practiced. I said I wanted to be in great physical shape, but I never picked up the weights.
So many of my ambitions were like this.… Click to read more
For every person that actually makes a living doing what they love, there are a million whose dreams never leave the ground.
It’s not that their idea wasn’t great. It’s not that they didn’t have what it takes.
There was just never enough wind for their ideas to take flight.
I spend a lot of time helping people take consistent action to build their passions into self-sustaining businesses.
For the most part, there is no shortage of energy.
Enthusiasm is a baseline requirement of success.… Click to read more
Planning can be the most advanced form of procrastination.
The problem is that it always feels smart.
We’re told things like:
- “Planning is important!”
- “Smart people plan!”
- “If you don’t have a plan, you’re planning to fail!”
And the truth is there is some really great utility in planning. So, no, I’m not writing this to launch some holy war against planning. Planning is a useful, harmless activity yielded in the right way.
This is not a post for people that use planning as a way of getting more done.… Click to read more