Keep learning and don’t stop
Brian Tracy’s book – Eat That Frog – is being played on repeat in the car whenever I am driving by myself.
The book is about two hours long. However, there are some important points that he discusses, in particular, the 21 steps to ‘Eating that Frog’.
It is interesting listening to this book as compared to The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan.
I find their thoughts very similar with the nuance of The One Thing authors focusing on choosing only one task rather than Brian Tracey’s Top Three approach.
Whatever process you choose, both books agree that you need to start.
While listening to one of Chandler Bolt’s videos about his self-publishing school, he talks about – ‘Well, my crappy published book is better than your excellent unpublished book’.
Again, the point here is to get it done.
Brian Tracy mentions that you are probably not going to get it right or perfect on the first, second, third or even fourth time. Each time, you become better. The aiming is to finish. If you try to attain perfection, you will never get the job done.
Do you have a manuscript sitting in your drawer unpublished?
Is an unpolished version of your manuscript published better than not published?
What are you afraid of?
Get it Done.