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1. Our #1 Ally

1.1. Our Heart ... not our Logic

1.1.1. You are cocky enough to believe you will figure it out Even though you may not know how hard it is going to be

1.1.2. Act first Revise later Attack now

1.1.3. We have to believe in what is not visible YET It defies all logic. But we believe

1.1.4. Logic will stop most people But not you!

2. Our #1 Enemy


2.1.1. It prevents us from doing what is most important to us Living to our purpose Growing ourselves Living our calling The more important something is - the more likely resistance will show up.

2.1.2. We ALL have it No matter how far we have come No matter who we are

2.1.3. It never goes away .... Henry Fonda was still throwing up before each stage performance .... at the age of 75 In the battlefield - you must fight every moment. You are never done fighting. It is there every morning... waiting for us

2.1.4. Resistance is inside us - but it is not us It is the critic inside of us The little voice inside of us But it is not our true voice We have to fight it every single moment Or it will take over

3. Start Before You’re Ready

3.1. Attack Now. Don't wait to get Ready

3.1.1. Lack of preparation does not rob dreams

3.1.2. Resistance is the one that robs dreams Resistance grows with waiting Resistance grows with preparation time

3.2. Commit First. Figure it out later

3.2.1. Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one's favour all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance, which no man could have dreamt would have come his way. I have learned a deep respect for one of Goethe's couplets: Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it!” ― William Hutchison Murray

4. End

4.1. Develop a Killer Instinct

4.1.1. Must Ship

4.1.2. Must Close

4.1.3. Must Sell

4.1.4. If we don't ship - all our work is useless

4.2. If we ship

4.2.1. We will be judged

4.2.2. We will fail

4.2.3. We will be humiliated at times

4.3. This is when you know you are a PRO

4.3.1. You are willing to lay it on the line and fail

5. Beginning

5.1. ACT - Don't Research

5.1.1. Research is resistance

5.2. Get comfortable with discomfort

5.2.1. Babies are born in blood and chaos

5.2.2. Stars and Galaxies are born as a result of massive chaotic explosions

5.2.3. In order to go after greatness, we must become comfortable with Pain Chaos Challenges Heartbreak

5.3. We have to swing for home runs

5.3.1. If we want to go after greatness We can't think small or act small

5.4. People will try to stop us

5.4.1. Words of caution from friends and family

5.4.2. They don't want you to be the tall Poppy

6. Middle

6.1. Resistance Never stops

6.1.1. It's always trying to stop us from greatness

6.1.2. Never take it lightly

6.1.3. Never think you have conquered it forever

6.2. Act first. Reflect Later

6.2.1. Take Action Get something done No matter how bad No matter how imperfect

6.2.2. Reflect Judge later Not while taking action

6.3. Opposite of resistance

6.3.1. Momentum

6.3.2. Progress

6.3.3. Action

6.4. Big Crash

6.4.1. We will all crash in our ventures We will fail We will come up short We will come up empty

6.4.2. It is time to grow in face of that failure

6.4.3. It forces us to get clear on our priorities. On what works and what does not work

6.4.4. Don't attach your self worth to the problem It is not a reflection of who we are as human beings - it is just a problem

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