Talk about screwing up some well laid plans.
I don’t think anyone was prepared for the havoc 2020 would bring. I certainly wasn’t.
Yet as I reflect back on the last 12 months it’s amazing how much I’ve accomplished.
I wrote my first book, “The Nomadic Wealth Formula”, something I never thought I’d have the discipline to do.
After COVID hit we quickly launched Knowledge Revolution, my 30 day business course that’s helped hundreds of men and women start their first business.
After nearly 15 years of writing all the sales and marketing material for my companies I held my first copywriting clinic where I taught my process to a some of my best clients.
We also build The 9 Figure Network, a private collaboration platform where all my clients can network without the distractions of a traditional social media site.
I also inspired thousands of people to join me in the Publish 365 Challenge and commit to publish one piece of valuable content each day in 2021.
If you’d like to join me on that challenge just text me at 323-594-8781 and let me know you want in.
I also got engaged to the most amazing woman I’ve ever met and somehow, despite spending every waking moment together over the last 9 months I’ve only fallen more in love with her.
Agatha Christie once said,
The secret to getting ahead is getting started.
It’s really hard to accomplish anything if all you do is talk about what you’re going to do. You have to start.
It doesn’t matter if you change directions a hundred times. Even the best laid plans need adjusting, and sometimes we have to throw them out entirely and start over.
So I want to challenge you to get started. Not tomorrow or next year. Today.
If you’re goal is to lose 20 pounds, clean the junk food out of your cupboards and get your ass to the gym TODAY.
If you want to start your business, buy a home, meet the love of your life…start taking action TODAY.
While you’re sitting around making excuses someone else is living YOUR dream because they took action.
Make the rest of your life something worth writing about.
Until next time,