it's 1am in the morning and I'm up writing and researching and since I'm going to bed so late and have to get up in 5 hours i decided to post today's blog now, so those of you who are subscribers to the blog will see this pop UP in your email at like exactly 1am or a few minutes after the hour... XOXOXO
i love this article because who doesn't appreciate a few tips of how to get out of doing anything... enjoy
Six months ago, I decided to keep all my appointments: lunches, drinks, dinners, “coffees,” conference calls. I didn’t cancel. I didn’t postpone. I didn’t flake. If I said I was going to do the thing at a certain time, I did the thing at the certain time. In defiance of the Age of Cancellation, I simply stuck to the original plan. I stayed in.
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I FIGURED IF THEY THOUGHT THESE IDEAS WERE CRAZY THEN WHO EVER TOLD THEM THAT; WAS PROBABLY CRAZIER FOR NOT BELIEVING IN THEM.. SOMETIMES YOUR IDEAS ARE JUST TO BIG FOR THE SMALL MINDS TO CONCEIVE...
Failure is not the alternative to success. It’s something to be avoided, but it’s also only a temporary setback on a bigger, more significant course. Everybody encounters failure at one point or another. What truly matters is how you react to and learn from that failure.
I HAD TO SHARE THIS WITH YOU GUYS....-LUNIC
“Hydrating your hustle” is figuring out how to say motivated, developing a relentless work ethic and even learning how to be creative. Developing these skills will help you accomplish any goals you have in life.
Whether you’re Kobe practicing his conditioning at 3:30 a.m., slinging stocks on Wall Street, hacking away at your next product version, pulling all nighters to reconcile your client’s books, cleaning your food truck or anything in between, your hustle needs hydrating.
WHO WOULD KNOW THIS BEST THEN VIOLA DAVIS, THIS 4 TIPS MAYBE COMMON SENSE BUT WE OFTEN FORGET ITS THE SIMPLICITY OF THE SMALL THINGS THAT WORK WHY COMPLICATE THINGS THAT WORK..
Taking the plunge from full-time employee to business owner is no small feat. To move from a stable job with a steady income to one where uncertainty is the flavor of the day every day takes courage, competence and confidence. Most of all, it requires an emotional tolerance strong enough to deal with the pressures of change and unpredictability, not to mention the mental fortitude to navigate through it.
I love this article and the things that it points out speaks to me because i use to be Claire, and now i make a conscious effort to not be late to anything even if it's just meeting a friend for tea. Yes i know somethings are out of our control, but being late is rude and can cost you a lot of aggravation and a lot of money...and of course you know that being late says a lot about you..
My friend Claire is great, but she’s never on time.