The Simple Secret To Finding Breakthrough.

It’s better to be bullish then brilliant.
Most of the time, getting things done is more important than thinking about things.

We often should spend time trying to figure out how to reinvent what we’re doing. Ways to find a breakthrough that no one else has achieved.

And while fighting for breakthrough is a great endeavor, never forget that getting things done might be the reinvention you’re looking for all the time.

Maybe your breakthrough is in the practicality of your approach.

Maybe your brilliance isn’t in ideation but in application.

Maybe getting things done is what makes you remarkable.

There will always be those who preach the discipline of working smarter, not harder.

Maybe being smarter means you know that you should be working harder.

It makes a difference. And that difference is probably what you have been looking for all along.

0 Replies to “The Simple Secret To Finding Breakthrough.”

  1. I totally agree that getting things done may be the thing that makes you remarkable. It’s funny but you’re right- SAYING you’re going to do something and then DOING IT does seem to be remarkable for most folks.

  2. I totally agree that getting things done may be the thing that makes you remarkable. It’s funny but you’re right- SAYING you’re going to do something and then DOING IT does seem to be remarkable for most folks.

  3. I totally agree that getting things done may be the thing that makes you remarkable. It’s funny but you’re right- SAYING you’re going to do something and then DOING IT does seem to be remarkable for most folks.

  4. I totally agree that getting things done may be the thing that makes you remarkable. It’s funny but you’re right- SAYING you’re going to do something and then DOING IT does seem to be remarkable for most folks.

  5. Dan, Maybe getting things done helps you work smarter.
    Take blogging, for instance. It can be really time consuming
    to write lots of posts, but if you start by writing a few posts, slowly if
    necessary, you soon discover ways to speed up your own practice.

    Sometimes it’s simply learning to pace yourself differently.
    Other times it’s discovering tricks of the trade.

    Practice can be a better teacher than study.

    -Diana

  6. Dan, Maybe getting things done helps you work smarter.
    Take blogging, for instance. It can be really time consuming
    to write lots of posts, but if you start by writing a few posts, slowly if
    necessary, you soon discover ways to speed up your own practice.

    Sometimes it’s simply learning to pace yourself differently.
    Other times it’s discovering tricks of the trade.

    Practice can be a better teacher than study.

    -Diana

  7. Dan, Maybe getting things done helps you work smarter.
    Take blogging, for instance. It can be really time consuming
    to write lots of posts, but if you start by writing a few posts, slowly if
    necessary, you soon discover ways to speed up your own practice.

    Sometimes it’s simply learning to pace yourself differently.
    Other times it’s discovering tricks of the trade.

    Practice can be a better teacher than study.

    -Diana

  8. Dan, Maybe getting things done helps you work smarter.
    Take blogging, for instance. It can be really time consuming
    to write lots of posts, but if you start by writing a few posts, slowly if
    necessary, you soon discover ways to speed up your own practice.

    Sometimes it’s simply learning to pace yourself differently.
    Other times it’s discovering tricks of the trade.

    Practice can be a better teacher than study.

    -Diana

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