You Didn’t Come This Far

Come this far

A great quote for sure. I use this quote as a reminder of when I accomplish something that I have been struggling with for some time. Whether it’s a business problem, a programming problem, fitness/weight loss problem and so on. It reminds me that I made it to this point or juncture and in doing…

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Shepherd or Sheep

I was reminded of this quote earlier on in the week: Without a direction it doesn’t matter if you’re the Shepherd or the Sheep It’s a strong reminder that if you don’t know what you’re doing or where you’re going it’s really a wasted effort of time and money. Take stock on the week past.…

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You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know [Action Steps Included]

I love this quote. On the surface it looks stupid in its simplicity. But when you understand it you realise that you’re always vulnerable to new unknowns and wonder just how much you don’t know and how much you’re going to learn. You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know It’s like the novice computer programmer…

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Don’t Let Good Enough Be Enough

Imagine you’re redecorating your office. You paint the walls a lovely new colour. You meticulously work around the skirting boards careful to keep the paint on target as you stroke. At last, your masterpiece is complete. The room is done to a painstaking standard you set on yourself. But wait – you forgot to paint…

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Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway

Growing up I was a relatively quiet kid – I kept to my close circle of friends, did good in school, kept my head down and didn’t really make any big ripples in my life until I learned to experience and then master this quote; Feel The Fear and Do It Anyway. It’s scary as…

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Yesterday’s Winds Won’t Blow Tomorrow’s Sails

As quotes go this is up there as one of my favourites. It reminds me how I need to keep on going regardless of my wins or losses the day before. I used to take the high of a good day and that would carry me over for three or four days – often I’d…

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Work To Your Potential Not Your Quota

I love this quote. I use it when I find myself reaching my upper limits, whether physical or mental. Work To Your Potential Not Your Quota To give you an example of where I might upper limit physically. I have a personal trainer that works with me four times a week. I’m gradually increasing my…

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Operate from Necessity

Operate Your Business From Necessity, Not From Comfort Just something for you to consider today and over the weekend. I put it to you that rather than running your business from a place of comfort consider it from a place of necessity. This means if you’re performing a task do so like your business depended…

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