Well, what a difference a year can make! We haven’t been here before.
I’ve already nicknamed 2014, the year of The Airplane Mode. Uncertain of the journey but sure of the path and destination.
That’s the thing, if you focus on too many things at once, it’s enough to make any man believe their own hype. Then there’s the negative press, everyone’s got them.. and their close to you right? Most of all last year I learnt to never, under any circumstance and in all situations known on earth, no matter how long you’ve thought about it for, never ever look back, sidewards neither. Always always look forward.
January can set your brain off to a 1200 cycle spin, but it’s a known fact that the pull of distraction is always going to be there. And the F word. Oh yeah, “The Fear”. The fear of actually getting what you want? Are you really sure you want what you say you want? And so on ectera.. #getoverit
Self talk is also very important.
However, Four house moves in one year I would advise against.
And if you broke your bad, you’d get to your departure lounge much quicker- Airplane right?
As for the wind beneath my wings, thats where it will always stay.
Fresh engine? New tyres?
How would you feel if in ten years time you were financially free?
The effort I apply now means my assets will have time to mature.
I multiply my time instead of slogging away at a 40 hour+ a week job.
I am street smart and I work smart, growing and developing new attitudes each day.
I save more than I spend because too many people focus on what they earn rather than what they invest.
At 30 I’ll be financially free with assets that have multiplied to justify my gratification and indulgence.
I CAN help others who WANT the same. Ask me how…
Time really does seem to run away with me these days.. it’s been a while since I blogged. I hope I haven’t become one of those people who writes “oh hi, it’s been a while”, every time I post (scrolls down)…shit.
We’ve just passed the half way point in the year and hooray! ..before you know it you’ll be sitting in front of the TV stuffing your face with After Eights, refusing to move as that’s the perfect spot for you to watch the Christmas special of Eastenders.
Mid June is the time of year most of us will reflect on the new year goals we set, checking wether we are on track to achieving them.. whether they be personal, family or business related.
I get so confused by british weather. I dont know if that’s it’s irregularity, or my old age? As I too reach my mid (well, quater) point, I am dumbfounded by the smallest of details in life that I am only just now discovering, and theres is so much I am yet to do, learn and achieve.
On recent travels, adventures, I have been exercising a technique called Plan, Do and Review. It’s a strategy taught now in schools.. (wish they had it in my day- although I reckon they had something similar but I just didn’t attend enough lessons to notice!)
In it’s simplest form- a system to make sure that before we reach our end point/goal/result/time that we stop, check to making sure we’re on track. I don’t know how i’ve managed to get through life without recognising this before now, perhaps I just dived in, gave it my all and imagined in my head i’de already achieved.
Plan, do, review.
Sounds so simple, doesn’t it?
Just wanted to share that with you.
Why are you worrying about what’s happening now? Worry about where you’ll be in 10 years time…
Children are fascinating aren’t they? I recently made some massive changes, which means I get to spend more precious time with many of the young people in my life and it has radically reverted my imagination. Ask a 5 year what he/she wants to be when they grow up. Chances are, whatever they will say will make you smile… Look at yourself this afternoon say around 2pm, are you smiling like that 5 year old? Or has your dream been squashed with “No’s, “Can’t” or “Get a real job” a few times too many?
Experience has shown me that no amount of loyalty whilst carrying out the wrong task will get you where you want to be. In all cases. Don’t be scared to move away from those things/people/ circumstances that are no longer encouraging you to grow.
Tomorrow, could you decide to spend 6 months of the year doing whatever you please? Climbing mountains, starting a charity/foundation, knocking back cocktails on your own private beach, setting up your own film/publishing/design company? If you are not working towards “having the freedom to do whatever it is you want”, think about what steps you could take to do that.
It doesn’t matter what you’re doing now or whatever you may think is holding you back, or whatever career you’ve pursued so far, or even what people might think. If it’s not the path you originally set out for yourself. Change it. Go after whatever it is you want, if you want it enough.