At the end of the year I begin to think about 2016. For me it starts the same way as last year. There are some books I read every year because they speak truth into my life and they help prevent drift.
One of my favorites is The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. It talks about fear and how it reveals what you are supposed to work on. I recommend it to you without exception.
Here is a short video from Les Brown where he talks about fear and overcoming it. What are you afraid of? Does it stop you or can you use it to help identify what you need to focus on.
Last week we talked about things being ‘up hill’ if they are worth anything. Today I would add a question. Do you have ‘up hill’ goals with ‘down hill’ habits? What do you do everyday to move your business forward? Consistency over time will be the cure to a mediocre life.
Feel free to call me or write back with comments. I would love to see how these videos help.
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