Daily Challenges We Can All Relate To
As I’ve mentioned in other places on this blog, I am currently immersed in trying to turn my business and life around. I’ve spent too many years doing what was expected of me and not enough time listening to my own heart. That’s why I’ve joined fizzle, doing daily training and reading and listening to as many podcasts as I can to break the mold I’ve cast for myself. As anybody who’s taken on any self-improvement knows, this stuff is NOT easy! You’re battling the worst kind of resistance imaginable-Your Own! I am no exception to this. Right now, I spend a good deal of time trying to decide which action is the best while trying not to overthink it.
Read that again. That’s right…trying NOT to overthink something IS overthinking it-LOL!
Because I don’t believe I am alone in these types of battles, I am starting a Daily Challenge series on this blog. Each weekly post will feature two components: 1) the challenge I’m facing and 2) what I’m doing to attack it. Later posts will follow-up on my success (or lack of) with these challenges. I’ll talk about what has worked, what hasn’t and where I’m going from there. But don’t be scared..I value your time so these will be as short and sweet as possible.
I hope you will join me as I discuss these daily challenges we all go through as entrepreneurs. My sincere hope is that I can help you overcome one or many of these in the near future. Of course, your comments will be key as to whether I’m helping you or not. Plus, I look forward to hearing from you what’s working that may help me get past some big obstacle of my own.
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Books Currently Reading
The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
Start by Jon Acuff
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Jeff’s Note: Although I’ve linked to the kindle version of these books, it may be worth your while with the older titles to see if you can get a used hard or softcover book for less. The smart retailers are offering lightly used books plus shipping for less than the kindle version. I spend so much time online that I still prefer a real book whenever I can get one.
I look forward to working with and hearing from you!