First off, be safe and have fun in whatever you do on New Year’s Eve and a very Happy New Year to you and yours! (I’ll throw in a Go Bucks beat Alabama to rep Columbus while I’m at it.)
It’s not difficult to sit back and go through the motions.
It might make you a little bored at times and hungry for more or lead to a mid life crises but it certainly isn’t “stressful.”
But when you start to choose to create and dictate how you want your life to go and the way in which you want to leave a legacy on those around you and on this Earth…that’s where the hard work comes into play.
I used to look at some of the programs and ideas that companies or organizations built and I was flabbergasted and didn’t truly understand how they were created.
Then I went through the process of writing my first book (copies always available here!) and boy did that open my eyes.
After that I started paying more attention to how initiatives and messages were being built and when I wrote my second book (right here!) it finally hit me.
All of the great things in this world that have been created…all of the wonderful things we take for granted each and every day that just seem to magically appear…you know what I realized??
People build them.
People build the programs that we use each and every day to better our lives.
Sure there is help from technology and nature has already given us plenty but PEOPLE build PROGRAMS.
My Efficiency Recipe Program will be out Friday January 2nd and if you want to have more time in your life to do the things that truly matter I highly encourage you to purchase a copy.
If you just want more time to go through the motions I highly DISCOURAGE you from purchasing a copy.
What have I learned over the years from building these programs from the ground up that can help you when it’s your time to build something? (YOUR TIME IS NOW BY THE WAY!)
1) It’s hard ass work.
2) It will make you more excited and revved up on a daily basis that is normally reserved for big events, holidays, and awesome vacations you take.
3) It’s all about overcoming the fear and creating it regardless of whether it will be successful or not. And not concerning yourself with the success or failures but rather the process in which you learned how to build and create something of value.
4) You don’t do it for the money; you do it to improve lives. If only one person buys the Efficiency Recipe, but they take it in and as a result have more time to create something positive and meaningful in this world then it’s all worth it in my eyes!
5) It’s FUN! And that’s what we are all about here.
I hope these takeaways from what I have learned help you build something from the GROUND UP.
Just remember to enjoy the ride and that you can do it because after all…PEOPLE BUILD PROGRAMS.
Add in your own thoughts if you have built something and learned a different takeaway and don’t forget to snap a copy of the Efficiency Recipe on Friday if it is right for you!
Spread Good Vibes, Demand the Best from Yourself, Carpe Diem!