Don't Mix Trying With Results
“Do not confuse motion and progress. A rocking horse keeps moving but does not make any progress.” – Alfred A. Montapert I often hear people telling me how hard they’re working, and I ask them what kind of results they’ve had. Sometimes they’re good, and sometimes they’re bad. The point is that we often tell ourselves we’re working hard but at the end of the day we can’t confuse trying with results. If you find yourself not making any progress get help. People often make the mistake of treating their business like their baby by isolating themselves from help. This is a bad practice, and doesn’t leave much opportunity for growth. If you’re stuck in analysis paralysis you’re wasting time which is money that someone else could be saving you by helping you move ahead. Business is not measured in days or hours but seconds (just look at the stock market). The same goes for all things in life. If you’re not moving ahead, it’s time to assess the situation, and make a plan to see the reality. “Dream, think, be, do.” “Smart people hire smarter people than themselves” Rich Dad Poor Dad It’s important to surround ourselves with smart, [...]