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Do You Feel Like You Aren’t Ready Yet?

A failure to get shit done is a very common problem among entrepreneurs. We're all better at coming up with ideas than at seeing them through to completion (as we've discovered in various previous posts).

When you procrastinate and deliberate instead of finishing and publishing, you always have good reasons. At least, they sound like really good reasons when you tell them to yourself...

One of the most common reasons to put things off is the feeling of being unprepared. You're just not ready for this yet. You just need to get a bit better, learn a bit more,...

In this video, I reveal something about myself that will help you change your mind and get more done.

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Screw Motivation! What You Really Need to Focus & Deliver Results

Why is it that each time we face a new, difficult task we need to work on, suddenly even a mediocre Netflix series or our former neighbor's Facebook profile becomes so intriguing we can't resist to check it out? 

For many of us, this reaction has become the automatic response to a new task. Even though we know that doing the work will do good to our business, when we're about to get started, some greater power seems to take over control

Why does it happen and how can we fight it? Can we turn that pull towards distraction off for good? 

This is what we're aiming to help you with in the newest episode of the ActiveGrowth podcast. Listen in!

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Is “Bright-Shiny-Object Syndrome” Keeping You from Growing Your Business?

Do you think coming up with a good idea for a product or learning the skills to build it is hard? If you've tried launching your own product or service before, you know that there's one thing that's even harder: shipping it! 

We're here with a brand new podcast series that we named "Your Job Is To Ship".

As the title says, in this series we're discussing why shipping is the most important part of your business, why so many of us fail to do so and leave projects unfinished, and, most importantly: what you can do to get better at shipping quicker. 

It's time to take that unfinished book out of your drawer and stop abandoning projects that you've been meaning to finish. 

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