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How to Develop PERSISTENCE: On Being Proactive, Overcoming Apathy and more…

24 December 2010 2 Comments


Check this out…just finished mixing it down not too long ago:

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african american listening to headphones on developing persistenceOf course, it’s part of some business training for online publishing, but the main idea is applicable to almost anything.

“Most of us spend most of our time in RE-ACTIVE mode: we wake up, check our voicemail and look through our email…we look to see who wants us to do something.

‘Who’s snapping their fingers for us to behave? Who wants some attention? Who’s got a fire that we need to put out???’

And that’s how we direct our lives: looking to see who else has something for us to do, rather then asking ‘What has to be done?’ ~ Eben Pagan


ps: I DON’T CARE IF YOU’RE LAZIEST PERSON WHO EVER DREW A BREATH…if you just can’t get yourself to do what you need to do – if your willpower and persistence always seems to fizzle out – then check out the new paradigm in personal growth. Click here to learn about it now.

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  • Sepia Prince said:

    By being PROACTIVE, we lessen the chances of being playing the CON game with ourselves. That’s the lesson I got from today’s lesson. Thanks, the MP3 has been downloaded. :-)

  • Bryan Ogilvie (author) said:

    Glad you enjoyed it fam…and you’re definitely right about that. I’m thinking of revisiting the concept of self-deception early next year too, but GOING IN…

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