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I used to feel so scattered in the morning, like I was constantly behind on everything. Until I read the book, Miracle Morning.
Beginning my day with intention was the first domino to a different life.
When you look around, are you spending time with people that you:
If not, make a change! Nothing changes if nothing changes.
Our phones and screens are where deep thoughts go to die. It's important to step away and think outside the "box".
Great ideas come from letting your mind wander. It's why we get ideas in the shower.
Force it if you have to:
Things can happen beyond our control, but when we take responsibility, we can learn from it so it doesn't happen again.
Much more empowering than being stuck in a victim mindset.
I did this when I shared about embezzlement:
March 2020, business was tough — between embezzlement, toxic business partnership and the pandemic I was 😣.
Rather than going into panic-mode I got curious.
I remember thinking "wow, my first pandemic — I wonder what this will be like?"
A by-product of approaching with curiosity is that you will be more confident in the moment because you’re not attached to outcomes.
When you're curious, you're thinking, "I don't know what's going to happen, but I'll handle it".
This opens you up to opportunities & learning
The most successful people I know *love* to learn. They're always tinkering around to figure stuff out.
It's like a cheat code for life. All you need to do is convert time into a skill and you can completely upgrade your life.
One of my personal rules is that I don't think twice about buying a book / course. If I can learn 1 thing from it it's worth it to me.
Since moving to the US I've spent 100k+ on personal development & education.
Despite not doing it for $$, it's been an. incredible ROI
One of the biggest professional developments and investments I've made in the past two years is going deep into DeFi and crypto.
I can credit the values of "approach with curiosity" and "never stop learning" for this success.
Going all in this year & super excited.
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