JKLTip Take the No Filter approach when it comes to trying new things, creating content, accomplishing “to do” list items, in these instances letting our intuition drive always wins
“You’re too young” they said. “You’re only first year” they said. “It’s too early, be patient” they said.
In each of these times in my life, I had goals to be “my best” by setting my mind on a goal, identifying how to go from point a to b toward achieving that goal and then simply getting down to work to execute the plan
But I let the opinions of others get in the way. All three of those are pretty large scale, life time events that led me to “be patient”, or in other words trot along slowly and in the end run out of time to accomplish the things I wanted to achieve. I don’t know how many times you can do this in life, but each of those haunt my dreams[nightmares] … (just a tiny bit) I can talk myself through regret, but only so much
Three things happen when you are patient: One, you give yourself the time to talk yourself out of going with your gut; two, you slow down, while your competition is speeding up; and three you waste a ton of time
So, this time around I have two approaches that will help me SAY NO TO PATIENCE: One, I will take immediate action, using the NO Filter, Five Second Rule; Two, I will continue to work as impatiently as I can, “hitting that skinny one on the right” with every pocket of time, without looking for gratification, or results