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3 Steps To Achieve Uncontrollable, Uninhibited, Totally Indestructible Success

“A speech a day, keeps the leeches away”

3 Steps To Achieve Uncontrollable, Uninhibited, Totally Indestructible Success
Katie Lendel: Internet Entrepeneur

3 Steps to achieve uncontrollable, uninhibited, totally indestructible success

  1. Create a life motto to carry with oneself whenever possible, but in the form of a small business card. This could even take the form of a simple catch phrase, and don’t worry about it being cliché. For example, “A speech a day, keeps the leeches away”, anything that relates to your everyday experience in a largely significant way.
    1. Other suggestions:
      • i. a rotten potato spoils the sack
      • ii. laughter speaks louder than silence
      • iii. every onion has a white lining
  2. Record daily miscellaneous observations to self, on multiple stacks of high, vertical piles of post-it-notes, until it layers your desk on all four corners like a paper castle... (if you find that you don’t have available room on which to rest your laptop, printer, or any other office desk supply you previously had a use for, no worries! just toss them out, that’s what your trashcan is for, anyway.)
    1. Maybe the physical representation of having a stack of reminders on the table every day might kick start some conscious action on your part, to either start a compulsive organizing habit, or worsen a state of mind already dead set on procrastination.
    2. If bored, google stuff. If nothing interesting comes to mind, just search the word, ‘stuff’.
  3. Find out what your main motivation for waking up in the morning, afternoon, evening, night, or any other hours of the day, may be. Be it that slightly burnt toast slathered with butter only tastes right when eaten at 9:00 AM sharp, or that your current circadian rhythm is off kilter for the temporarily or permanently worse, and a rather annoying alarm clock jolts you out of your flying pig dream at 6:00 AM, we all have certain life choices to make, and certain duties to fulfill, even if that includes snoozing just a little bit more.
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