March at 8:09 pm #45297
I just wrote this . . . and recorded it and uploaded to YouTube.
You’re invited to watch.
Here’s the thing, I’d love you to do one too.
YOUR compelling reason!
Post it here 🙂
Keep it short.
Remember, Sean said 3 to 5 minutes today!!
Ahhh… daily too.
Let’s watch the power of continuing to network and the power of doing what we need to do.
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March at 11:02 pm #45354
Cynthia, great job I Liked and subscribed. This is exciting. – Dr Rick
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March at 11:38 pm #45375
Good Job! I can certainly relate. I guess the biggest thing that stops me is when I get so many things going that I forget “The One Thing” I need to be doing. I am clear on my audience, and I am working on a book and on my coaching program. I am almost ready to start doing videos, so I really admire that you are already there. Thanks for this thread.
March at 1:02 am #45410
I LOVE your video! I posted on the youtube video for you to see 🙂
I hope to be doing videos soon so thanks for starting this! I’ll be here soon!
March at 11:14 am #45522
That video is very moving, Cynthia.
It was good to see your face while you presented it. It added a personal touch, which I think is quite important.
You might trying unclipping your pages so that you can just slide each one out of the way when you finish reading from it.
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March at 1:46 pm #46258
You did a great job, Cynthia. We are privileged to watch your slow self improvement 🤗 and your smile is infectious. You are an encouragement to others! Thanks.
March at 7:07 pm #46271
March at 1:58 pm #46296
I completely missed your focus for this thread. I apologize.
Up to now, I have not had a compelling reason for staying in a stream of slow self-improvement. I have always tried to learn things in one chunk, so I could move on. I have never considered the concept of slow self-improvement before.
As I pondered over the idea, I had a sort of epiphany about it, and I realize that the practice of slow self-improvement is a powerful lifestyle tool.
I once had a boss who told me to stop trying to eat a whole steak dinner in one bite. It must be cut up into small pieces if you are to enjoy the meal.
There is wisdom in that, which blends nicely with slow self-improvement. So, as I move forward, my brand new compelling reason for swimming in the stream of slow self-improvement will be propelled by a desire to taste the journey–and stop trying to swallow it whole.
In other words, I have made a paradigm shift in my belief, and I now believe that I will make better progress by forsaking the habit of overwhelming myself all the time.
I clearly see that slow and steady is way better than racing toward a goal. By this, I do not mean moving at a snail pace in my business. I just mean that I will take in new information as a piece of a puzzle I’m working on. I will pay attention to new information in smaller, more digestible bites.
Thank you, Cynthia, for your transparent approach to helping others. It certainly has made a huge difference in my life and work.
Sincerely and with Gratitude,
March at 3:21 pm #46330
I’m getting used to the idea of having a supportive community and posted a video about my compelling reasons warts-and-all on YouTube etc.
I know “imperfection action beats perfect planning” and I’ve stopped the perfectionist me to just go do it.
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March at 8:27 pm #46337
Great video, Cynthia!
Great topic, too!
I’ve subscribed so I can keep up…
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