One of the main reasons I started writing online was because I started following Dickie Bush on Twitter around the holidays last year.
He wrote a thread about things that compound quickly.
Those things are:
I’ve had it taped to my wall in my office ever since.
In that time, my wife and I had another baby. I got healthy again in body, mind and soul. I rededicated myself professionally. I joined an online writing cohort. I strung together some very strong months at work. I earned a chance and got promoted to lead my own team of sales professionals. I posted my best rounds of golf and disc golf since I was 20 years old.
And I’ve written, edited, and posted online to Twitter and a blog for 199 straight days.
There is a big reason number 1 is process and it’s simple.
Process drove the systems that delivered the results.
For far too long, I lacked a process for turning ideas into action.
And now, as a result of thinking, writing and sharing each day; my life has a momentum it never before had.
Don’t worry about if you have the talent or not. Don’t worry about looking silly. Don’t worry about learning curves.
Inspired processes mitigate our fears, doubts and insecurities. Because while they are formidable, they are far from invincible.
Invest in the process. Trust the process.
Watch the process become results.