When you’re going through a tough time and everything seems out of your control, you might feel like screaming in your pillow, or be questioning what you probably did to merit this, or thinking that your life will never get better…

Does any of this sound familiar?

It turns out, though, that a lot of useful ways to cope with things that are out of our control is to practise acceptance. Rather than seeing ourselves as victims or our state of affairs as negative, acceptance makes us feel empowered regarding the things we are able to do.

When I first heard Michael Gerber (the guy who wrote “The E-Myth”) 5 years ago, I didn’t think too much of him. I read some of his stuff, nodded my head and moved on to the next guy. Didn’t seem too revolutionary.

That’s changing. Recently, I’ve been watching everything I can find about Michael on YouTube. I’ve listened to one of his seminars on Audible 5-10 times. I’m devouring his stuff.

Why?

Ray Dalio is someone I truly admire and his book Principles is intended as a pivotal masterpiece meant to change the business landscape.
Cocky? Sure.

After reading Principles, one thing is clear to me: this is a solid book and a must-read for anyone in any business.

Delegation is not dumping. It begins with your recognizing that you have too much to do.
Your parents might have drummed into your head, “The best way to get something done right is to do it yourself!” Solid advice, but if you’re too enamored with your own way of doing things, you’ll never learn to delegate well.

Today, I want to talk about a serious problem affecting a lot of entrepreneurs. Over the last few years, I’ve noticed, and I’m sure you’ve, noticed a decreasing attention span among the general population. That might include you. I’ll admit it includes me. I’ve noticed that I can’t focus as well as I used to.

If you identify as an introvert, you might feel a little out of your depth in the business world especially online.

You might think making the big bucks in business seems to be something that comes naturally to extroverts.

When many of the most successful and revered people are introvert.
Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffett, and Steven Spielberg to name a few.

Michael Hyatt is best known for his optimistic goal-setting system called “5 Days to Your Best Year Ever,” designed to help business leaders and entrepreneurs achieve their biggest goals.

But from where I sit, there’s one truly epic goal every long-term entrepreneur will experience–and it’s, hands down, the most significant goal of your life.

I was watching a really good video by Robin Sharma last night (you can see it within article) where he was talking about his morning routine and the importance to the days success.

Those first few hours of the day are critical to your productivity and how much you accomplish in business and in life.

How do you spend those hours?

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