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The more I look at people I view as successful the more it becomes clear that it’s about setting a clear vision, deciding on what needs to change, then putting daily habits in place to make things happen.
Here are some tips from Chase Jarvis, a visionary photographer, director and co founder of CreativeLive.
Lie #1: Everything Matters Equally.
A recent LinkedIn survey found that the vast majority of professionals make to-do lists, but only 11% of people with those lists actually complete everything for a given day.
You know, the whole thing about perfectionism. The perfectionism is very dangerous, because of course if your fidelity to perfectionism is too high, you never do anything. Because doing anything results in– It’s actually kind of tragic because it means you sacrifice how gorgeous and perfect it is in your head for what it really is.
via David Foster Wallace on Ambition, Animated | Brain Pickings.
Instead of making New Year’s resolutions that you’ll likely fall off track from after a few weeks, ask yourself the deeper questions of why you do what you do? What’s the purpose?
Follow along with this video to get a better understanding of where you want to go, THEN every single day do something to get your closer to your Goals.
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