Remember that famous Rolling Stones song "Time is on your side"? Well, they are 100 percent wrong!
I just turned 33 this week, and if there is one thing that I have learned, it is to "Not waste any time".
If you are going to school, GET it done.
If you are working on a book, GET it done.
Starting a business, Get it going.
There is nothing worse than procrastination.
My brother bought me the new Arnold book for Christmas, and I can't put it down. There is a scene where Arnold is giving a speech in a College, and some student asked "How do I fit time to work with all these class?"
Arnold replied, "How many hours are there in a day?"
The student, "24"
Arnold: "So how many hours do you sleep?"
Arnold: "How many hours do you have class?"
Arnold: "So what do you do with the other 12 hours" "That is an excuse".
For 2013, I want to really get busy and stay motivated. Time is not on my side.
For a couple days last week I didn't work. I woke up, walked to Casa, ate my lunch, sat with my friends until lunch hours ended, and then sat in the empty restaurant, staring out the window.
What do I want to do with my life? Not the whole thing, but right now.
Conversion Doubler isn't going to get off the ground. It turns out that too many people have bizarre unique requirements that reduce it's usefulness. The book is going okay, but at the end of the day I hate marketing and don't want to spend my time doing it.
It is a beautiful day outside.The temperature is in the mid 80’s; it’s sunny, low humidity, peaceful with a light breeze.Most people would probably agree that this sounds like a very pleasant day.
Most of us could agree on the key factors that make up a beautiful day, but there would be a lot of debate on how to assign a value to each.
It is impossible to assign a value to every element that makes up a beautiful day.Each part of the day is important and relies on the other elements to make up the day.If just one of these elements is off (no sunshine, high humidity, etc.) the quality of the day suffers.
As silly as it is to say that a light breeze makes up 10% of a great day it’s equally silly to give different teachers a percent of a student’s success or failure.