When You’ve Got Nothing You Might Be Wrong.

You might just have enough motivation to get you across the finish line.
That’s what “nothing” gets you. You want more. More than you would otherwise.

That’s just how we are wired.

When things are too good we get lazy, sloppy, and not too eager to take on challenges.

We stop engaging, fighting, and working towards bigger goals.

We give up a little bit inside.

And while having it good isn’t bad, it might be what’s stopping you from taking on even bigger challenges.

Instead of pushing past your boundaries you’re happy with “good enough”.

Desperation is the difference.

Sometimes when you have nothing to lose you, you have so much more to gain.

So if you’re broke or tired or beaten down — if you think you can’t make it one more time — you might be dead wrong. ¬†You might be in the best possible position to go do something truly breathtaking.

You might be wrong.

And that’s a good thing for you. Because you’re about to be amazing.

You just have to stick with it.

0 Replies to “When You’ve Got Nothing You Might Be Wrong.”

  1. “When things are too good we get lazy, sloppy, and not too eager to take on challenges.”
    Just like Mike Michalowicz points out in “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur”, we should always act as if we had limited resources, although the company is prospering. This helps keep focus and eliminate extra expenditures. Putting extra money away in a separate account is a good advice, I guess.

  2. “When things are too good we get lazy, sloppy, and not too eager to take on challenges.”
    Just like Mike Michalowicz points out in “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur”, we should always act as if we had limited resources, although the company is prospering. This helps keep focus and eliminate extra expenditures. Putting extra money away in a separate account is a good advice, I guess.

  3. “When things are too good we get lazy, sloppy, and not too eager to take on challenges.”
    Just like Mike Michalowicz points out in “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur”, we should always act as if we had limited resources, although the company is prospering. This helps keep focus and eliminate extra expenditures. Putting extra money away in a separate account is a good advice, I guess.

  4. “When things are too good we get lazy, sloppy, and not too eager to take on challenges.”
    Just like Mike Michalowicz points out in “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur”, we should always act as if we had limited resources, although the company is prospering. This helps keep focus and eliminate extra expenditures. Putting extra money away in a separate account is a good advice, I guess.

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