Writing A Book In 30-Day

  1. Go with your gut, sometimes it is always leading you in the right direction
  2. If you are not truly invested in something, you won’t get your best work. Don’t settle for something you deem so important
  3. Be patient — some days you don’t have your best stuff. Even Michael Jordan had off shooting nights.
  4. Hold yourself accountable to finish — There are a lot of ways to weasel out of things and put it off until later but later sometimes never comes. Get back on the horse and ride and finish what you started. Parkinson’s Law works well here “work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion”

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Helping Navigate Peopele To Just Get Started on a clearer path toward happiness…What I’m up to now? http://www.brianondrako.com/now

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