There’s Always More to be Done

There are things you know, things you don’t know, and things you don’t know that you don’t know.

Likewise, there are tools you need, tools you don’t need, and tools you’d never imagine in your wildest dreams that are useful as shit.

The third category fascinates me. It’s like every time a new digital product is released, I get a feeling of “damn… how did I not think of this already?”

The answer? Because I didn’t want to think about it.

I didn’t want to spend time brainstorming ideas to come up with what no one had ever thought of. Instead, I wanted to dwell on the crap I created last month.

Nonsense.

We need to take a closer look at things and find room for improvement. We need to find (and close) gaps that don’t belong.

This is what produces the “why” which is all you need to make something happen.

I talk myself out of 99% of my ideas because I don’t know the “how.” Seriously, though, who cares about how something will get done when you know why it needs to be done and it’s important enough to do?

Sure… enjoy small victories. Appreciate your accomplishments. But know when enough is enough. Move on to your next idea and get in the habit of following through.

Bold people push the world forward. In certain arenas, they also make the most money. If you’re reading this post, you’re probably into making money.

Tap into that third category by actively looking for new ways to gain leverage and solve problems. There’s always more to be done whether you know it or not.

 

Author: sdavis2702

I'm a simple guy. I like to code and I like to workout. I'm all about growth and just about everything else is nonsense in my book.

2 thoughts on “There’s Always More to be Done”

  1. I got a list of an unknown length full of things I wanna so, some of those things I am yet to acquire the skills to accomplish them, but to me I have always been defying the odds and the most likely reason for that is determination and a relentless drive to achieve my goals.

    1. I hear that, man. Something has to push you passed the point of a million ideas on a list but nothing being created. Having goals definitely keeps you moving in the right direction. Good stuff.

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