I can’t take credit score for the headline.
It’s a Tweet by Alex Hormozi.
However it does remind me of the 30-Day Writing Problem I began this month. Round 30 writers signed up. I informed them what to do, and I’ve joined in to point out what’s attainable.
These writers all needed to commit — however what number of have saved going?
Lower than ten.
Now this isn’t me calling them out. (Okay, perhaps a bit.) And I’m tremendous grateful for individuals who’ve caught with it. I simply wish to spotlight this lack of endurance I see time and time once more.
Right here’s one other instance:
How can I do “X” faster?
The subtext to my response is at all times the identical: haven’t you listened to a phrase I’ve been saying?
I’ve been creating content material — week in, week out — since September 2018.
And I made my first £1.86 almost two years later.
In my programs, I speak about endurance. It’s one of many first issues I say. Nothing good occurs in a single day. Take your time.
Yada, yada, yada.
It’s not simply me saying this. One in every of my favorite YouTubers says you shouldn’t take into consideration cash till you’ve made one video per week for 2 years.
Good sh*t takes time.
Persistence doesn’t imply saying no to deadlines.
You’ve acquired to place within the work.
“In case you say it doesn’t matter how lengthy one thing takes, then you definitely’re not saying it’s necessary. You’re saying the other.
“Essential issues must be carried out by a sure time. If there’s no explicit time by which one thing must be accomplished, then the logical inference is that it by no means must be carried out in any respect.”
— David Mitchell, Creator of Considering About It…