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Was going to post that one. Here's another one that goes along the same lines:"I need to make sure my pitch is exactly right the first time.
Otherwise I'll call all my leads, get rejected immediately, and they'll never take another one of my calls again.
Better go back to revising my pitch... it should only take a few more days of refining, then I'll feel confident enough to start calling."
Well....this post came too late for me.1.Find ppl to encourage on a forum/fb group/insta feed.
2. Encourage them to follow their dreams; make sure to put your whole soul into this so they can FEEL the love.
3. Recheck your post for grammatical errors at least twice.
4. Watch your likes skyrocket so you feel better while you’re not working to make your dreams come true.
5. Realize you’re action faking.
6. Feel really, really bad.
Repeat steps 1-5
I literally just figured this out yesterday. Fml. FML!! I’m not encouraging anybody anymore. *girl pout
Right after I check insta. Sigh.
It's like you go into preparation overload, because the more you read, the more you realise you don't know, so you want to read a bit more to be better prepared, and the cycle repeats.I get caught up in this one so bad; it's easier to read and pretend I can't do anything now over actually making the jump over the edge and diving into the surf below.
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I'm having trouble finishing the last 30 pages of Unscripted, not because of lack of interest, because everytime I pick up the book I think about an idea for the business and gotta go write it down.'I just need to read a bit more.'
That's amazing!I'm having trouble finishing the last 30 pages of Unscripted, not because of lack of interest, because everytime I pick up the book I think about an idea for the business and gotta go write it down.
That sucks because I really want to read it all the way, but this book makes my brain generate ideas on the fly every single time. I love it.
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