Before I get to that: I made an appearance on somebody else’s podcast the other day. The host asked: after 1000 episodes, is there anything you’ve learned?
I said the key things weren’t economic or historical. They’re life lessons. (I hate that term, and I am filled with self-loathing for having used it just now.)
First: persistence pays off. More on that another time.
Second: if you want to do something, do it now.
It will never be just the right time. You’ll always be able to find an excuse not to start.
I was that way with my podcast. But if I’d just gone ahead and started even a year or two earlier, I’d be in much better shape today.
Every day I didn’t act was a audience-building day I’ll never get back.
What does this have to do with you?
You want to do it, but the time is never right.
It’s more right than you think.
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