Let me twist things around a bit today.
I ask you:
Why “balance” life when you can binge?
Everyone is trying to balance family, work, and other parts of their lives.
But is that the only way?
Just because “they” say so?
(Who are “they” anyway, and what makes them the authority?)
Rather than balance, I binge.
This has benefits after all.
When I’m in the mood to do something, it goes much easier and I get a much better result.
So rather than pushing myself to focus on something I have no interest in focusing on, I instead just let myself cycle through a series of binges.
And the list goes on and on…
I admit this may not be for everyone.
Some people are just really hung up on structure and routine in their life.
That’s fine for them perhaps.
But if you are looking for a different way of approaching your life and work, then you might want to follow me on this one.
Because it works.
(And comically, whenever I mention it, people object and tell me that it’s ridiculous. Which is amusing since I’m actually doing it and making a killing and they are stuck in a rut and barely scraping by — so who are they to tell me?)
Because no matter what I’m currently binging on, I make sure it all gets implemented.
If I didn’t, then it would never be more than random thoughts.
But once implemented, then I can see what actually works and what doesn’t.
My business mentors like working with me for this very reason.
They know that I’ll implement and actually do what we talk about.
If it works, then we expand on it.
If it doesn’t, then we take it back to the drawing board.
But either way, we know.
Because I bothered to implement.
That’s the difference between school and the real world.
In school you can just talk about something and theorize about why it may or may not work.
But in the real world you actually have to put your money where your mouth is and see if it actually flies.
Now you’re cooking with gas.
Like the idea?
Binge with me here:
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