How many Facebook ads have you seen this morning?
What about on Instagram?
Truth is, at every turn, it seems there are more and more ads popping up.
How much more saturation can this industry take?
I used to get so frustrated with it.
That was until I shifted my focus...
Instead of looking at the numbers, I started to look at the impact. Instead of counting the likes, I started counting the wins.
Honestly, it's one of the biggest mistakes I was making. Focusing on everyone else rather than the job I was being paid to get done.
Which brings me to the most important lesson I've learned during these last 12 months..
JUST DO YOU.
'Success' doesn't have to be complicated. Nor does it have to be some fluffy 'self-help' concept.
Success (to me) is living a deliberate life.
Doing what I like, when I like, with whom I like.
And I know it's not as easy as clicking your fingers and reading an email from me...but one thing I know for sure, is there are rules to this game we call life.
And if you want to win, you've got to play within the boundaries.
Here are a few I've chosen to live by, to ensure I'm putting myself in the way of success:
- Give more than you get
- Always find new problems to solve for others
- Push yourself to grow every day in every way
- Tackle your discomfort head on
- Take care of your mental, physical and spiritual fitness
- Consistently check-in with yourself to make sure you're behavior aligns with your values.
You've probably heard them 100 times before (maybe more).
But repetition is the master of all success.
Take this a reminder and check yourself against each of the above and see how you're doing.
Remember, success is nothing more than a series of small wins, strung together in the pursuit of a worthy outcome.
Don't (over)complicate it, let's get you on the right track to make it a reality.
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"Amateurs worry about the ego. Professionals worry about the impact".