Think for Yourself


This is a gentle reminder: become your own authority. I know that sounds like something a professional speaker would say to an audience, but it's still true. Labels can help you find the group you relate to the most. And, labels can keep you shut in with the group that isn't really your match.

So, like we must become your own authority. To put it another way, be you. Follow your intuition. Do your own research. Listen to the advice that'll serve you best. Because in the long run, you're responsible with the enormous task of you living the life you're meant to live.

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Perfect Rules


Do you worry? No. I mean, do you worry about being perfect? Unfortunately, being perfect can cost you in terms of mental health, relationships, and productivity. And, more often than not, perfectionism is the cornerstone of fear of failure.  

To put it another way, a person's drive to be perfect
actually creates fear, and that can lead to failure.

If this is you, stop wasting energy beating yourself up about it. Achieve what you can, when you can, then simply learn from the experience and move on. I sure made that sound simple, right? But it's not. Far from it. Allowing yourself to do—even if it doesn't feel perfect—is the very thing a perfectionist avoids.

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Be Consistent


Success isn't the result of you doing one thing. It is the result of you creating a schedule, and then working backwards to always fulfill what's on your schedule.

For instance, I wasn't sure what I was going to blog about this week, but I followed my schedule. In other words, I'm never quite sure what I'm going to write about until the day I write it.

But, a beautiful outcome of my consistency is how much my subscriber list has grown over time. So, the bottom line here is, set a schedule and be consistent.

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