Friday, May 4, 2012

A Little Thing To Do To Start Getting What You Want

Hi guys, I'm hard at work toiling in the lab (new project, more to come), but I wanted to take the time to give a short and sweet exercise to help you get what you want out of life. 

A lot of people have been complaining about the results they've been getting, whether they've been blogging, writing, or anything else. There's a lot of talk, but things fall through either in the followup or they don't  even get started in the first place. So, in the hopes of getting you in the right set of things, I have devised a little exercise that I hope will make you accomplish your goals. 

The first thing I want you to do is plan to do something. Anything. It doesn't matter what it is. All it has to be is small. If you're sitting in your room right now, plan to go outside and pull a blade of grass. I was going to ask you to brush your teeth, but I figured that since such a familiarity exists around that activity, it wouldn't have the desired effect. 

Now the second part is go out and do it. Go on, do it now. You can come back to reading this later. 

Do something that is simple, but not a part of your daily routine. Point at your neighbor's mailbox, whatever. 

Try it for a week. If you get used to thinking of new things to do and going out and doing them, you'll be able to plan for those big things later. Or, if you're inspired, you can plan on doing them as you're working on this exercise. That's it for now. Hit me up on Twitter if this helped you at all. Heck, that could be the weird task of the day.  

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