This is an article I wrote almost 8 years ago…
Why is it that you look at a successful person and even if you copy all their actions, even if you copy their attitude the way they tell you, you won’t be able to duplicate their success?
I have been slacking off growing, i.e. didn’t do much to grow, and I noticed. Not for a long time, maybe a week or two, but I have started to notice. Just like athletes notice the imperceptible signs of muscle atrophy and weakening when they are on vacation.
It is very easy to go to this mode… easier than to go back to growth mode.
It’s easy, because 99% of the population is there, at any one time. Most people over 18, as a matter of fact, and most people under 18… lol, not funny.
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Correct Diagnosis is 50% of the Cure in any area of your life
In this article I am going to show an area of my life where diagnostic skills and tools have saved the day, and in fact proved to be 90% of the cure.
The process of growth is not linear. It is more like layer by layer. No matter where you are now, in order to get to the next level, you need to completely explore the level or layer where you are at.
I have been relative successful for a while now, and like any other “normal” human being, I had the illusion that I have arrived to the place where it is smooth sailing from hereon.
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I “met” my business/marketing teacher, Robert Plank, 37 years my junior, red-headed punk programmer genius at the time, in early 2009.
I wanted to learn php programming from him, because I didn’t know what I wanted to do in life, so learning programming sounded like a good idea.
I had been learning marketing, mindset, everything and anything… when you don’t know where you are going, every path takes you there… lol.
I remember being on the first webinar with him. I didn’t know I was an empath and I could feel the tension between the two partners like my own, and I was rooting for Robert. He stammered, he talked to fast, he was eager and loved teaching!
I could not learn anything in the first course, nothing in the second course, ditto the third course, but I was coming back.
Then on the fourth course I could do three out of the 10 assignments, and I knew I found a home.
Doing the assignments is both a capacity issue and a mindset issue.
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