It’s time to be aggressive and do the things that are uncomfortable

Okay, so I’m doing really well in terms of how much more action I’ve taken in my career in the last month. Amazing results, my life really has turned around since I really absorbed everything Grant Cardone preaches in ‘The 10X Rule.’ I’m going crazy with social media, I stopped caring how annoying people might think I am by posting literally all day long haha. But, as Grant says, the more haters you have the better. Because it’s all about getting yourself out there, making yourself known to as many people as you possibly can. The worse thing you can have is obscurity. That lesson has literally been monumental in turning my life upside down, and I mean that in the best way possible. I’ve networked, made connections with people faster than I ever have before, the website I created dedicated to my art has skyrocketed from where it was just a week ago. I went from getting 30 clicks a day to 560! I mean, mind-blowing stuff. At least for me. The jump has given me such a boost of confidence. And I’m ready for the next phase of my life. But, hold on, here comes the rub. Now, and this is another thing Grant Cardone preaches, he says when one aspect of your life improves, you now have to move to the next level, which is inevitably going to be as difficult, if not more difficult than the level before. And that is where I’m at now…

I have to start cold calling people to get my business going. This has always been one of the hardest things for me to do. Sitting my ass down, getting on the phone and selling myself and my services to other people. Hustling, grinding, pounding the pavement. I can easily network online through messaging and texting on my phone, but when it comes to calling people… oh boy. Not only is it something I just don’t like to do, it’s boring work, to send people videos of how you could possibly help them and their business. But the actual conversation, where I have to tell them what I can do for them. I’m sure the first calls are going to be rough. Another thing Grant says is that whenever he feels uncomfortable doing something, he doesn’t wait to do it. He just does it immediately. That is such a powerful message. The more time I spend reflecting and thinking about all of the potential possibilities, weighing everything that could go wrong, the worst it’s going to go when I eventually do get around to making that call. So, the lesson I can learn is when I have to do something I don’t want to do, I’m just gonna do it immediately. BOOM. Easier said than done, I know. But it really, to me, is a great rule to live by.

I have to look more thoroughly into some of what Grant says on this. I know I didn’t cover enough here, I’m just feeling that pressure to get things done. NOW. I’m done waiting around for someone to come to my door and give me the opportunity I’ve always been waiting for. NO. That’s not how it’s going to be play out. Especially in the world and economy we live in today, that is just not going to happen. I’m gonna get out there, take the bull by the f’ing horns and take what I know is mine. I will be at the pinnacle of my art in the next 5 years. I will be the one everyone knows about and wants to see. I will be number one. I will be THE ONE. I will be NEO. I’m not afraid anymore. I’m not gonna be a little bitch. I’m going to take what I know is rightfully mine. And I’m going to take it NOW.

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