It's been a roller coaster month inside my head.
I must admit that I *almost* abandoned my business this month. I started thinking crazy stuff. And then, after reading a thread on the Insiders Forum, I realized that I was going through my own version of the "desert of desertion", just as the thread's OP was, too.
See, I think we tend to think that our circumstances are unique and that what WE are experiencing is worse/more extreme/too different to be compared to someone
I just finished writing a book proposal for a potential agent who's done work for Tony Robbins.
The proposal is on its way and out of my hands, but that doesn't stop me from going through with my original plan.
One thing I learned from this exercise - it definitely helped me get clear on what the book is about, its main concepts, and where its heading.
I'll update you all if I hear back from him. In the meantime, I'll keep on writing and start building this
The number one thing you have to get over in life is the belief that things cannot change.
The belief that you cannot determine the person you want to become and go the places you want to go.
This is the number one thing I think keeps people from doing or becoming what they want.
WAY too many people believe the following:
1. They will never develop good social skills or communication skills and live a life full of diverse relationships. They
- Still working on my informational product. I gave myself a deadline by the end of April to have a beta version but still ain't got it, there's much more work to do than I hoped.
- Desert of desertion. Would be incredibly easy to give up now, got many excuses ready. Now something is telling me "why don't you just make a wordpress plugin, it's so much simpler". But no, if this product fails, it will fail on market, I will put it out there.
Got my box delivered today with the product that I want to bring over to the UK market.
I decided to get a mixture of different packs / quantities etc, rather than putting all my eggs in one basket.
The shipping costs were higher than I expected and I had to pay 20% VAT which I didn't take into account, so that has dented the margins. Lesson: always make sure you know the exact costs to import things when you do your numbers, no rough estimates!