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Modelling, The Unwilling & Courage

October 6, 2009

Found some interesting notes of mine that must have been sitting around for a couple of years.  They were only a few short lines on a small piece of paper but they spoke a truth that can help anyone who doesn’t know how to do something.  In fact, the notes are so basic that they could be considered obvious.  And, yet, I still think they are worth repeating…

Modelling — If you don’t know how to do something, ask someone who does and go out and model that.

It’s such a great truth and reminds me of another truth that I’ve heard a few times and have repeated here.

If you truly want to succeed in business (or anything for that matter), then consider what others are unwilling to do and do that.

Once we know the above, then all that’s left is to have the courage to go out and do it.

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  1. Tim Ross says:

    Great advice Paul. I can see how these simple truths, fully lived, can make all the difference.
    Tim

  2. mindscape says:

    Thanks Tim.

    If it’s not simple, there better be a good reason. Just another thought.

    Paul