This month has been another busy one for me. As I promised, I’ve kept learning and moving forward.
I’ve read three more amazing books:
The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy which is about the difference taking a small action each day has. If you read nothing else in this book, read the $3,000000 vs $1 bit – it blew me away.
Secrets of Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker so many “aha” moments in here and lots of practical advice and actions you can do to improve your money blueprint.
Low Cost High Life by Mark Homer this is book filled with an interesting story of success, contrarianism (which I love) and success.
So this month, I took Cam on a weekend property training course and it really opened his eyes to other ways to make money. He’s starting to come round to the idea that I may have instilled a slightly one sided view on him. In May I’m taking him to a two day money course, to help re-programme us both.
I’ve attended an amazing three day training event which has resulted in a lot of knowledge on E commerce, but perhaps more importantly, I’m in a What’s app friend group where we check in on each other and motivate the group to keep going.
I’ve found a commercial property for a national developer and am just waiting on feedback as it was my first. If it’s a no, I’ll learn a lot that I can put into practice on my next attempt and if it’s go, I’ll get a nice finders fee. Win:win.
I’ve learned that I need to focus on one thing, a little bit each day but this left me at a bit of a loose end whilst I wait for things to happen so I’ve revisited this to focus on one of my three projects each day.
I’ve also been learning about marketing and social media so Sort My Shit Out Blog is now on Twitter @sort_shit and Instagram @sortmyshitoutblog as well as Facebook and I’m attempting to be much better at posting. I’ve decided to go for inspirational quotes, I know they are everywhere but I’ve found people like them and they have a bizarre habit of being relevant at that time. So hopefully you’ll find them useful, amusing and/inspiring. I’ve tried to keep them close to what I do and add some context. If you have any snippets of advice, do send them in, I’ll of course credit you :).
The biggest thing I’ve learned this month is about how “normal” exceptional people are. I’ve had the pleasure and opportunity to meet so many people this month, whom I would class as inspirational, and they are, but the thing that strikes me the most, is how like me they are, how normal and down to earth and keen to help and share their success and learning.
It’s made me realise that I can be successful too, the only difference between myself and them is that they took sustained action. I have, for want of a better word “pedestalised” many people, and had an aspiration to be like them, but I am like them, I just need to learn from them and take action.
Twice this month I’ve gone out for a meal with two sets of amazing people, and felt right at home, not out of my league and not at all awkward.
We all can be exceptional, we just need to get going and take action!