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This is really all about Doing The Work. And it is something I struggle to do with any sort of consistency. In this site, I do loads of work, constantly. But the work is of a varied nature and often separate from the work that actively reaches out to the rest of the world, at least directly. I work in cycles, bursts, and unplanned segments It's how my head works. It's also a big part of what makes the rest of life harder for me. Well, harder, in that, I have trouble doing the things that keep my life running smoothly, as well as the lives of those closest to me. I'm unpredictable, even to myself And yet...the work must get done. I guess what I'm telling you is, besides making sure that you do the work, don't punish yourself too harshly as you refine your methods for getting the work done. Too much harsh self-criticism and you may find that the work sops altogether. And that would be bad. Subscribe To OJ Podcast! Sponsors: Family Network Chiropractic in Kingston, NY: The only providers of NSA Chiropractic in the Mid-Hudson Valley Maximum Results Fitness w/ Mike Romano: Online Training with Individually Customized Support Key Points: Do The Work! Because there is ONLY the work! Enjoy the work! Discover how to make items 1-3 merge and become your daily life, and then you will have won! In doing the work, we demonstrate what we offer thereby clarifying why anyone would want to work with us The goal is not "success". The goal is to deepen the value we give and get from doing the work When it all comes together, your success will come in the form of getting paid to love what you do (Consistency helps) Links The War Of Art: I've read this book about 4 or 5 times now. But I no longer remember the particulars. What I can tell you is: if you're struggling to do the thing that needs doing; the thing that gnaws at you in your dreams and nightmares. The thing that whispers to you while you're at your shitty job; the thing that makes the rest of your life impossible, but you haven't addressed yet, then get this book. Turning Pro: Tap Your Inner Power and Create Your Life's Work: I've read this book about 4 or 5 times as well. And I no longer remember the particulars. What I can tell you is: once you've made the decision to start your thing and have been doing at for some time, you will eventually build a body of work that lights the rest of the way forward. This book will help you start building the new you, the you who is capable of handling the new stresses this outlook will bring your way. Do the Work: Overcome Resistance and Get Out of Your Own Way: I've also read this book about 4 or 5 times. And I no longer remember the particulars. What I can tell you is: maybe you've reached the point where the ideas are flowing and a lot of projects are getting kicked off...but never completed. You keep running into The Wall. Been there so many fucking times myself that it a personal cliche at this point. Steven Pressfield will again provide you with the motivation and plan to move forward past that little voice in your head that's fucking with you. (Have I mentioned yet that Steven's a former-Marine, like myself. Hmmm.) Photographer of top image: Malte Wingen   [The following article is reprinted with permission from Jason Leister at www.IncomparableExpert.org] The Chop Wood Carry Water Method For Getting Clients By Jason Leister You’ve probably heard the saying about “before enlightenment, chop wood, carry water – after enlightenment, chop wood, carry water.” That’s what I do in my business. I chop wood, I carry water. Today, I’d like to tell you the story of how that came about and why it’s become such a valuable business building tool for me. It all started back during my time as a music student in college. Year one was inspiring. I was a talented musician who ended up studying in the studio of one of th...

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