Audio MP3 Short: Everything is an experiment

I hope you enjoy this short piece on how everything we do is an experiment. It's just a short audio clip about how our #1 focus should be on effort, as in the end, productivity is all that matters.

Why not just believe in the result? Why effort?

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From what I've found to build equity and true wealth, it is not a one-time overnight event.

It's not a one-hit wonder or a grand slam.

It's every little step between the beginning and the end. 

The effort.

I know that any task that I only believed In didn't give me anything in return. However, the belief is very powerful when mixed with action.

Like a seed that's planted into soil, it germinates and creates a plant over time. We take actions that give us a return from the "morphic field" (nerdy Physics of Miracles reference). 

Therefore, our productivity comes from focused effort on the most high-leveraged tasks, everyday.

For example, in real estate acquisitions, our number one goal as a team is lead-generation. So our effort should be focused on that, everything else will fall in place. 

The idea is just to start, as it takes courage to take the first step and persistence to finish.

Why audio?

 At the end of the day, I want to deliver a message and each piece of media has its context.

Video can show you a message.

Blog posts are easy to share and give your content "a home".

Audio and podcasts can be played anywhere you go and have a deeper level of emotion. They can also be saved to your devices. It's also a great way to build a personal connection with the listener. 

I hope you found this post useful.

A fellow reader asked how can we power through the tough "obstacle-rich" battleground? From my experience, I'd recommend a morning ritual or rituals in general. We can bust through road blocks and get our most high-leveraged tasks done first thing in the morning. See my page on morning rituals or read and apply the book Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Curry (thank you to the contributors for the recommendation of this book for our book club!).

Cheers,

Swat

@helloswat