Boiled Is Boiled! What’s your minimum effective dose?
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@paulladendorf This seems to be a universal problem. It’s easier to change your definition of perfect. Great Motto.
What’s the latest on the social media offering you, Stanley and Shugart put together recently? Listened to the replay a while back but am not finding anything on any of your sites.
@paulladendorf That’s actually just a Stanley Shugart product, but I love the simplicity.
Jack you are always on the mark and to my loss not following you lead more closely… This is really what I see as getting rid of the eye pollution and delivering what every wants. Easy to read, easy to understand, just as the parables speaking about principles the way we understand it the best, down to earth. Another solid lead to follow.
Jack you are always on the mark and to my loss not following you lead more closely… This is really what I see as getting rid of the eye pollution and delivering what everyone really wants. Easy to read, easy to understand, just as the parables speaking about principles the way we relate to life, down to earth, just plain common sense and they actually produce results. Another solid lead to follow.
@dougison I think it’s just human nature to make things more complicated than they need to be. We often times (incorrectly in my opinion) associate complexity with value.
Great post Jack, I believe will resonate with a lot of people, me included. I’ve been so guilty of trying to get everything so perfect that it’s been hard to complete. Things are going to change so thank you. All the best with this site, looks great to see a site where the content is the main issue.Take care.Peter.
@PeterO Finished is better than perfect for sure. Thanks for the feedback.
Nice! But if you start from sratch with only $ 500,
what will you start with to make a living……
Just read my email – it’s refreshing to get some kick-butt content in an email once in awhile instead of promotion after promotion. Thanks Jack
@MarcusRoman1 Thanks. You ain’t kidding. I’m Black Friday and Cyber Monday’d out. Part of my MED was to spend a day hitting unsubscribe. Made me realize I had to earn the time folks spend reading my stuff. Works out better or all.
Tried, Attempted, Succeeded, Built beats the crap out of getting buried in the minutia of thinking, dreaming and planning! MED is my new motto! Thanks Jack!
Minimum effort for Maximum affect. Yes, I like it.
Thanks again Jack! I just ran across my copy (CD’s) of “The Slight Edge” by Jeff Olson. I decided to listen again and take notes. His “arresting line” is “it’s easy to do — and easy not to do.”
Also I am using the Pomodoro technique, where you put dedicated planned focus on just one project for 25 minutes. Then take a 5 min break and repeat, continuing with the same project or a new one. There are many pomodoro apps for your phone or computer, most free.
Please! More MED training!
@StephenBolin Very powerful stuff indeed.
Hey Jack I love the article. It was inspiring. I tend to overdo things for sure like I suppose everyone does. I just want to let you know I love all your work and thank you for sharing. I was a member of Offline XFactor and lost my job so I could not continue. I am going to join up again by next week. I may have my first client and that would help. Thank you again for all your work.
@TonyDGoff Thanks Tony, charge ahead. Some the most incredible successes I’ve seen are from folks that get laid off or get their backs against the wall. It makes folks change course from doing all they are “willing” to do to succeed to doing all they are “capable” of doing to succeed. Looking forward to hearing your results.
Thanks Tony, charge ahead. Some the most incredible successes I’ve seen are from folks that get laid off or get their backs against the wall. It makes folks change course from doing all they are “willing” to do to succeed to doing all they are “capable” of doing to succeed. Looking forward to hearing your results.
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Jack this one really hits home for me and has been in my mind for a number of years. I’ve been applying this to my home remodeling projects as of late. A person could spend the rest of their lives trying to get drywall finished “perfectly”. I decided after a couple days of screwing with it and still not being perfect that it would have to do. My motto: Don’t major on the minors. Thanks for the reminder.