Yesterday I eloquently droned on about thinking like a failure, whatever that means, right?
Well guess what else? I’d like to drone on about what does yesterday’s post mean to you today? Because if it meant nothing to you, guess what?
Seriously, if I have to explain this (again) to you, you may not get it.
Hey, you do know I’m only talking to myself and none of this is meant to make you feel uncomfortable (yes it is). Having tough conversations with myself is the most effective way to push the limits of my abilities.
What do you do to push the limits of your abilities? You do push yourself, right?
T-shirts. We all have a few. Some of them are part of who we are. A form of self expression. They are usually priced right, which is why many people have too many. Plus, it’s difficult to part with them.
The other day, while driving in Central Florida, a man was wearing a t-shirt that caught my attention. It read, “Shut Up And Push“.
Instantaneously, this led me to wonder about the slogan and how it applies to business. This is the way my crazy mind works.
In today’s economic crunch, in addition to doing all the daily things we always do, there are two other line items that demand our attention. Number one – worry about the future. Number two –prepare for the future.
If you think about it you will realize, the future is extra work, but only if you focus on it. Not to mention, the future is hard work, but only if you focus on it.
What I decided I need to do is, “Shut up and push“!
John F. Kennedy said, “The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining”.