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Take the time to explore and figure out the contribution you can make. Then go big in it.
If you don't know what you're good at, use inversion. List all the things you don't like to do. Ask what you're passionate about or what you'd be interested in learning how to do.
For example, if you want to be a writer, your first article doesn't have to be great. Just start by publishing it and then receive feedback. You can always go back and improve your article.
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What was important yesterday, may not be important today.
Without asking those questions, the stuff on your to-do list could be entirely wrong.
High performing people are highly focused, and that leads to success. That success produces options and opportunities.
But if you are not careful, it can undermine the things that led to success in the first place. You fall into the undisciplined quest for more. Now you’re...
List all your tasks of importance on a scale from 0-100. Then question or eliminate anything that's under a 90.
When you do tasks below 90, you inevitably have to make a trade-off.
You have to ignore internal and external voices that want you to prioritise the nonessential.
Not every goal is necessarily worthwhile. However, serving others is a great and essential task. When we step out to serve somebody else, the non-essential stuff ...
Admit mistakes. It can be difficult to admit to yourself that you were wrong, but it is an important first step.
Discipline leads to success. You don't become successful, and then you become disciplined. When you become disciplined, success will follow.
Just because someone is busier than you doesn't mean that they are more important.
Instead, only do what's essential. Ask yourself what your mission is? What did you come to do? Once you've identified what's essential, you won't fear FOMO. You'll start enjoying JOMO.
"Don't go through life, grow through life." - Eric Butterworth
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Don't hold large meetings, except if they are providing value to everyone. Then keep the meeting short.
A typical meeting should involve no more than 4 - 6 people. Before you send out your next invite list ask: Who on this list will add (or receive) the most value? Is there anyone who do...
There are 3 key questions you should ask yourself:
It's better to have lots of options and interests than none at all.
Make a list of all the things you're interested in, pick two to focus on first and then get busy. If you realize it's not what you thought it would be, scratch it off of your list and move on.
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