“Life isn’t static.” For the life of me, I don’t know why people think about this statement more. Or wait; people do think about this statement, but only from a negative point of view.
Let me give you an example. Say I told you that you needed to move out of your home office and get an office in a complex somewhere. A place that had more warehouse space for
your gear. A place that could better hold employees. A place that would speak just a little bit more professionally to your prospects/customers than your home can. For a lot of people, the typical first response would be “Yeah, that would be great…but what if I can’t afford it?”
I feel like smacking the person who says this in the ass and saying, “C’mon, STOP THINKING THAT WAY!”
People who give this answer seem to think of life as going in a negative way all the time—never in a positive direction. In contrast, a great answer would be, “Yes, and
then I would be able to get more gear, to do more shows, to make more money, to hire more people!” But most people don’t think like that.
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Filed Under: Issue #174, Personal Development
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