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So why aren’t you successful yet?
We’ve all have lots of justifications:
- “I’m too busy right now.”
- “I don’t have enough money.”
- “I don’t have enough time.”
- “I’m in the wrong country.”
- “It’s too risky.”
- “I’m not experienced enough.”
- “I’m too old now.”
- “I’m too young.”
- “I’m not good enough.”
- “I could never do that.”
- “I’m not smart enough.”
- “I’m just going to fail.”
Most of the time these justifications aren’t the real reason you haven’t achieved what you want. They are just the stories you tell yourself, and if you tell a story for long enough, you’ll start believing it. Read more
So in my previous video I talked about how to set goals.
You have to:
Make the goal clear
Set a deadline and
Get some accountability
Now goals are great and you really have to set goals to challenge you. But without action, goals mean nothing. You can have the best goals in the world, but if you never take action you are never going to achieve them.
Coach Brad Stevens who is the head coach of the Boston Celtics said: “You can have the goal of a championship, but there’s a process to get there and your focus needs to be on that.” Read more
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So what I want to share this week is, something that’s called Parkinson’s law.
All Parkinson’s law says is that: “work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion”
Abraham Lincoln probably explained it best, he said: “If you give me 6 hours to chop down a tree, I’ll spend the first 4 sharpening the ax.” Read more