Well, the answer is simple for me. And it might help you. My biggest procrastination and it is detrimental to what I wish to be doing that darn perfection thought. In my head when I start a project, I think ahead about marketing that product because one has to do that. And then I say to myself: maybe it's not good enough to put out there yet, or maybe people won't like it, or maybe it needs to be worked on a bit more, or maybe it needs to be just more perfect before I do any marketing.
Then, because I am a baseball fan, a big baseball fan and have been all my life. My head goes to a saying I heard many years ago probably from someone in sports, that's the very good hitters in baseball have averages of about 300 give or take a little bit. In fact, the last player to have a 400 average was Ted Williams in 1941!! That said, it means that a player with a 300 batting average only hits the ball three out of 10 times. Looking at it the other way it means they miss the ball seven out of 10 times. And Ted Williams he missed it six out of 10 times
Perfection does not really exist in sports. And I have to tell myself that very frequently. If the
Yes, I am sitting here laughing as I write that. But it's serious as well as funny. I have to learn how to do my own doing and get out of my own way. So, for the rest of the year, I am going to do more posts to blogs, finish writing my books, and finish developing my courses! I am going to publish these to my school and to Kendall and I am not going to worry about there being perfect. After all, I am the one who very often says that's why God invented 2nd editions.
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Hi there. I'm a 75+-year-old who is still very engaged with the world; as we all should be - at any age! I create courses and books that help people keep on learning, living, and having fun. I believe that you are in charge of your life - not me or anyone else. What I do is offer information so that you can make intelligent choices for you!