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“Why are you setting yourself up to fail when there is so many people in this world already trying to do that for you?”

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It introduced me the struggle of having 2 businesses at the same time

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MORE IDEAS FROM ‎Deep Dive with Ali Abdaal: E8 Krissy Cela On Finding Your Vision, Mission and Why en Apple Podcasts

  • Prioritize yourself in the morning, then focus fully on what you do.
  • Be patient and empathetic with your team.
  • To figure out your mission and vision you should start with a purpose to help some group.

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  • Authenticity has to remain.
  • We shouldn’t judge someone who puts something good in the world.
  • Be prepared for judgment.

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  • Ask yourself why you are doing what you are doing.
  • Your decisions have to be mission-led and not profit-led.
  • Powerful why’s will keep ourselves doing what we know is good for us.

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  • Showing up is what makes us go, not motivation.
  • When you feel like wanting to fail to do something, do the thing anyway that day; but give yourself permission to fail the next if you’re feeling the same.
  • Choose consistency rather than intensity.

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  • Start with a why and remember it when you’re in the process.
  • Ask yourself all your why’s.
  • Treat your team like people.

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  1. Find your why.
  2. Drop all the excuses behind your why.
  3. Find the time to execute your why.

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