- Apr 28, 2017
I’d say that you’re doing something wrong then, and you’ve got to figure out what…I don't see any evidence of that. What is my box, then? Something like a false awakening and I never really had that growth mindset? I'd argue taking the leap many times and constantly landing on your a$$ is a different situation than sticking to a fixed mindset which is discussed here.
Attacking a box for 2 decades without any progress ... I don't see that covered here.
It’s quite straightforward… you’ve got a financial goal I suppose, and then you try all sorts of systems to get you there. The failure must be in not noticing what’s working (and doing more of it) and what’s not working (and doing less of it). I imagine that some things have had some positive results, it wasn’t all doom and gloom for the past 20 years.
I do agree to a certain extent that the mental game is BS in the sense that it’s all systems. If you’re always asking yourself what’s going right, what’s going wrong, what can you learn from it and how can you change things, and doing that continuously, you’ll naturally get better abd see better results… and the progression will be exponential. Slow at first, but faster over time.
One other thing: programming doesnt make money. Skills don’t make money. At least not serious money. What makes serious money is selling things. That’s what you need to do more of.
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