“ I will always gravitate toward the thing that allows me to live my life more efficiently and do my work faster.”
Excerpt From: Gary Vaynerchuk. “Crushing It!.” iBooks.
I’ve talked about Alexa before and this is going to be an appetizer to my next blog/podcast (utilizing time) because people don’t understand the essence of it.
How can you become more efficient? Can you hire a personal assistant to remind you of tasks and set reminders for you on your devices? How about Alexa, which works incredibly well in America (even in Australia & England). Sure, there are some things that need to be tweaked in improving the google home, apple home and all other alexa skills, but in about ten years time, you’re going to be amazed at how much more efficient we’re going to become as human beings.
People are now starting to listen to podcasts at 1.25-1.50 speed. One of my proud listeners, who’s Japanese, is learning to listen to my voice at a faster speed before downgrading it to normal speed.
“You need to constantly be in do mode. I see you out there overthinking your content and agonizing over your decisions, taking forever to make up your mind. Your confidence is low, and you’re worried people will call you a loser if you make the wrong call. Get over that quick. I love losing because I learn so much from it.”
Excerpt From: Gary Vaynerchuk. “Crushing It!.” iBooks. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/crushing-it/id1229850109?mt=11
Am I the master in the English language? No. I’ve learned along the way. I don’t overthink what I put on YouTube so much, because all of viewers will understand the general gist of what I’m saying. If I need a better video, I’ll purchase a camera in the future and when the time is right. However, I get an insane amount of views with having an iphone. People dread and overthink because they want everything to be perfect. No, just do it. After that you can evaluate and see what you can do better in.
I’m constantly doing and uploading as much content as I can. I need to constantly be in that mode because it’s all paying off. Even in terms of losing, that’s completely fine. Everyone loses. However, there’s always something being taught in a loss.