Since probably more than half of the people on this planet would admit the statement such “Better work smart rather than hard”, it comes to the big surprise that the only about 0.1 – 1% of people actually realize and implement the necessary change to make things move forward and make them happen.
Once the person who is trying to achieve the certain goal crosses the point when he/she got the first client or sold the first couple of products on the internet etc, something changes, something that ignites the last important piece, on the psychological sentence, and ignite a momentum that will just move forward and grow. That’s how important it is to go and do and fail, and again, again, again..until this magical moment happens.
Realizing of being a professional in something new that you built up yourself is just priceless. People will start respect you, you get the different view on everyday life and more importantly, YOU ARE YOUR OWN BOSS! And that’s what really counts in having a happy and simultaneously comfortable life.
And here is the point, by working hard and not smart, you will never get there and you will be almost always eventually screwed over by some jerky boss or manager. Everybody knows that, but really only about 1% actually do and get there.
Lift up an ass and do something, instead of just talking around, is probably too hard for them. Don’t be like that. Learn new stuff, new things, skills, and experience that feeling after you’ve actually accepted and accomplished the challenge that you put yourself into. It’s a beautiful thing. What happens then is that every another challenge and temporary failure will get easier and easier, and more you will like it.
It’s all about experience folks! Go, do and do mistakes, but DO!
Every single motivational and success speaker will tell you the same. The most important is to do something, even before you figure out how to actually do that, but the call of action is important. Somehow it always ends up well.
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