Who decides?

Who decides what is and what isn’t possible?

Running a mile in under 4 minutes was impossible..until it wasn’t.

Space travel was impossible…until it wasn’t.

Curing cancer was impossible…until it wasn’t.

Who decides something is impossible? Why do you believe someone just because they say something is impossible? It’s only impossible…until it isn’t. Why not be the one to prove it’s not impossible?

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Julie gave me a fitbit as a present for Christmas.

The thing I have realized the true value is not so much about the tracking of data but instead it’s the reminder.

Rather than focusing on how many steps, or how many flights of stairs to walk, it reminds me to take the stairs instead of the elevator when possible.

It makes me wonder what other reminders we can set in our lives both personally and professionally.

We can use reminders to change habits and turn bad habits into good habits.

Think how to set some more reminders to make your life better.

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Provide what you do best

What if you took a hard look at what you do best, and then spend some time figuring out how to market it to others?

Let’s say you are a great salesperson. Too often you go out and create some product and service and then start selling. You might be successful at first but eventually people catch on that you are selling an inadequate product or service.

Instead, why not offer your sales services to others? Let them do what they do best and you do what you do best. This way you take advantage of everyone’s strengths and everyone wins.

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We tend to over complicate matters. We factor in variables that don’t really matter. We worry about things that will never happen. We take the simple and make them complicated.

Instead, we should simplify as much as possible. Don’t worry about the variables that don’t matter or are out of our control. Don’t worry about the hypotheticals.

Look to take the complicated and make it simpler.

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After 20 years

I met with someone recently who has been thinking about starting a company for 20 years. He has thought about it, researched it, planned for it, procrastinated on it and finally, after 20 years, he is ready to do it.

The problem is, after delaying for 20 years, he is now in a hurry and looking at ways to take short cuts.

I’m all for going quickly but after 20 years of waiting, doesn’t it make sense to do things the right way rather than taking a short cut and save a week or two?

Just a thought.

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