I live to grind EVERY SINGLE DAY. Do you incorporate the hustle into your daily habits?
Anyone that’s on my team knows that I’m the kind of guy that doesn’t want to mess around or waste time.
I literally make a decision and then go non-stop at 150 miles per hour to get something done. So many people delay their success by wanting to wait for the right moment.
Just go with the flow and figure things out along the way. Jump out of the plane and build the parachute as you go!
Of course, with this type of mindset comes the possibility of an imperfect outcome, but I’d much rather have that than wait around for things to be “just right.”
I’ll admit, I’m not very patient and I want everything to be done, well… yesterday. I have people on my team that keep me grounded at times, which is a good thing. They take the time to analyze situations and make sure that we’re being realistic about our goals and expectations.
It’s important to create a balance between the visionary who wants to make the impossible become possible and the practical thinker that helps to keep it all in check.
I’m pretty blown away at all that I can get done in a short period of time. The problem is, I get things done at a high level and then take it for granted and want to do more and more and more. You have to find that happy medium.
Just two years ago it would’ve taken me close to six months to get something done that now takes about a week.
This is possible because of the incredible network I’ve built, along with my dream team, mastermind group, and all of the people I can go to on a regular basis.
If I want to get something done I hit someone up and ask what they have going on and if they’d like to be a part of that project or idea. I’ve learned how to effectively delegate things to my team which allows me to get more done.
It’s tempting to want to do it all yourself sometimes, but it doesn’t work and is just not a smart approach.
Keep in mind that when you start to go in a forward motion it builds up the momentum to do things at a higher level. You will accomplish more and also get into the habit of working harder as well as smarter.
The grind is all about working day in and day out to truly master your craft.
Everybody wants to have that overnight success and be able to show that they made it. That’s why I grind every single day.
Do you want to spend your weekends playing around, or do you want to spend them grinding and getting closer to your goals?
When investing your time into something, ask yourself, am I getting closer to my goals? Is this going to improve where I’m at right now and bring me closer to where I want to be?
You’ll start second-guessing the choices you make, the money you spend, and everything that you do.
When I see other people grinding it inspires me to grind even harder. So, where is it that you’re slacking? I’m telling you, you can always do more, so CHALLENGE yourself.
Invest your time into the things that will bring you closer to your goals.
If you put hard work into something, whether it’s building relationships or generating sales, you’re going to get the results. Take the time and do the grind!