We can all agree that when we receive or research a topic for information , we can make a more informed decision. Well my mission is to share information on personal finance, entrepreneurship, and motivation. The reality is that even though we live in a time where information is available everywhere, it’s hard to decipher the useful from the useless. That’s where this podcast comes in, we share the useful information in hopes that you will better yourself and share it with others so that you can make an impact on them as well.
On this episode, I talk about how execution is the hardest part of getting things done. I share my experience on how even though I have a strict calendar with time blocks and routines, that sometimes I get in my own head and can't complete anything.
I talk about the amazing story of Charlie Rocket, which I heard on the "Short Story Long" Podcast. His story about overcoming setbacks and never giving up and continuing to dream crazy. Absolutely inspirational story that I recommend going to listen to. I also explain how it is important to be passionate about your idea or business opportunity because it will be very hard in the beginning and having that passion will get you through those long years and cause you not to listen to the haters.
Vision boards are huge when it comes to achieving your goal. So many people have never tried vision boards and I remember thinking that it was a waste of time, but I have been a believer of them for a long time now. I talk about how they help you accomplish your goals.
We all want to have the things that we dream of or want to have right? Well I talk about how I used to blame my luck on why I didn't get the things that I wanted. I explain how my thought process changed over time and how I think now.
I talk about how you have to do more now after finishing college. Before, you would almost have a job right after getting a degree. Not so much these days....I give advice to those still in college and those starting out.
I talk about how we can get in the way of starting something. In my case, it was starting this podcast. I was stuck on what mic to use and trying to find the best one. I realized that I was new to podcasting and that I should just start with what I have and make the mistakes now while the station has almost not listeners.
How do I know if this career choice is the right one for me? I talk briefly on how to decide if your choice is the right choice. Keep pushing to find what you love to do and then work the hardest you have ever worked to make that dream come true.