Were you aware that when you add a friend on Facebook, you BY DEFAULT will not be notified of their updates?
In order for you to succeed, you must get out of your comfort zone. The biggest reason is that it allows you to find out what you like, what you don’t like, what you are truly capable of, and what you’re good at.
Over time I’ve found I’m really good at 3 things:
- figuring out how to make tech things easy
So it only makes sense that I became (or created my life in such a way that I became):
- a python programmer, trainer, and budding data scientist
- an online marketing, social media and FB ads agency owner
- a budding forex trader and trainer showing others how to do the same
I didn’t start out this way though. I’ve spent years honing my passions & learning my craft.
And every time I stepped out of my comfort zone, I found a new piece of me or able to release some of the old me.
No matter what my reptilian brain tries to tell me to stay in my comfort zone, I know that you have to get out of your comfort zone in order to achieve the lifestyle you dream of.
I am on a mission to empower at least 10 people to become debt free by 2020.
And I know that is going to take a lot of work & reflection …
And getting out of my comfort zone.
But why should you get out of your comfort zone?
Do you feel like you get so many notifications that you miss out on important events your friends are hosting?
Perhaps you create an event, invite all your friends to … and then no one shows up?
In this day and age with all the gadgets, notifications, and everything else we got going on it can be difficult to keep up with things.
ESPECIALLY when they’re hidden from you!
And yes, unless you are aware of it important events ARE hidden from you!
Here are 3 ways to fix it.
Struggle with feeling like not enough time in the day?
Find yourself looking up and wondering where your time has gone?
Maybe you even feel guilty or angry about it?
If I could show you a way to minimize wasted time and improve your ROI, would you want to know more?
New year, new you – right?
As you review last year, ever think, “Man I wish I had done more!”
In this post, I’m sharing with you some time management tools and techniques to empower you to do more without sacrificing too much.