I joined December 2011, which means I am almost a full year further.
I read the book and thought I was reading one of the many self-help books I read. Some books are great, some are terrible. The fastlane millionaire made me realise some things and made me angry about my life situation. I think the author did his job.
It has been a year and I have to be honoust that I still don't have a business or a business idea. I am in my last year of college and I think the biggest
Well it has been a busy month full of ups and downs. I have been really putting my nose to the grindstone and I have resolved to focus on one thing at a time. We as entrepreneurs tend to get excited when new opportunities present themselves. We all know how profitable first mover advantages can be. Coupled with perfect execution of course.
The beauty of seeing incremental success that you can act upon is a fantastic motivator. From my perspective it keeps me working non stop.
I really hate to sound cliche but life has a unique ability to kick you in the teeth. Like rocky said, nothing hits harder than life. Regardless, its 20% what happens to you and 80% how you deal with it. That being said, its time to pick up and start moving. Motion creates emotion.
On the business front, consolidation and focus is the name of the game for me now. Like many here i suffer from a massive influx of ideas that leads to tremendous brain fog. What we eventually come to realize
Im really pleased with all the positive reviews on Amazon for my book!
It makes writing a book so worthwhile when people take the time to let you know that it helped them in some way! Definitely a very rewarding experience.
I'm always amazed at all of the news reports about people deciding to make their New Years Resolutions and within a week or a month they have forgotten all about them.
I understand why because I use to do the same thing. I would make a long list of goals and I would find myself making the same list the next year.
The reason why we tend to stop working on our goals is because we haven't made ourselves accountable to accomplishing the goals.
Now don't get me