Pushing past the obstacles To Strategy In 2019

"Getting the better of what you where born to do."

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“Pushing past the obstacles In 2019 may help you in the long run.”

Christopher Michael Cooper/ Sacred Imprint

1.) Never Ever Give Up: Stay alive. As long as you are alive, anything in life is still possible and highly achievable.

2.) Do not hold so high of expectations: Most successes are not overnight success rather long term.

3.) Remember: You are stronger than you think.

4.) Don’t compare yourself to other’s: People who already succeeded. There are no bragging rights for the better.

Now here are some tips to help you to push past these barriers.

Find a Mentor:

1.) Find someone you want to be like: Who is successful.

2. ) Study the person: Be sane and Legal.

3) . Ask for an initial meeting: Something informal, over coffee maybe. Keep it less than an hour.

4.) Push past the fear: learn to define your nightmare,and figure out what the absolute worst that could happen is if you did what you are considering.

5. Follow-up: Never leave someone hanging to guess.

6. Let the relationship evolve organically: Naturally.

7. Remember: This is what you signed up for. Don’t wimp out when it gets tough; this is where the really good stuff happens.

8. Learn how: To manage.

9. Ask your mentor for: Help any questions or feedback

10. Commit to the process: Be involved.

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