Everyone is suspect, especially these people:
- wanna be game changers (who succeed)
- hard workers
And worst of all, the person with a dream so big, they are labeled crazy.
How cool is that?!
Music moguls have been obsessed with how to get people to pay for music, and Amanda Palmer asks, “How do we let people pay?”
When I first began watching, there were several times I almost clicked away. The ending was a brilliant reward for investing my time. Maybe for you to.
How’s your patience level these days?
Are you comfortable with the pace of positive change, positive progress?
Sometimes, I just want to shout, “Wake up!”
But now, more than ever, is a great time to play it safe, unless your name is Seth Godin or Hugh MacLeod.
Many of you are waiting for the economy to pick up, before you’re willing to work harder and more creatively than in your entire life. Meanwhile, you complain about your situation.
We’re human. These things happen. But why?
Work with me here. When I’m at the track doing speed work and it’s a windy day, I insist on running into the wind. My times will be slower which isn’t as motivating as seeing the wind-aided times.
When doing road work, every time there’s a hill, I run faster up the hill than down. At the gym, no runner works harder on their core than me.
Why? Because the long way is the short cut.
When race day comes, guess who’s the most prepared?