#268: The Rules Of High Activity [WOYG Podcast]

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I wanted to start a pro basketball career. The problem: I knew less than nothing about what to do, where to go or who to approach. SO i did the only thing I knew how to do, taking action after action until something worked. 9 years and 8 countries later,I can say some things worked. But without that high activity, I never would’ve stumbled upon the knowledge that led to me writing books on the topic about which I formerly knew nothing.

 

Ants never stop working. I’ve never seen an ant taking a nap or even sleeping for that matter. I can attest that ants are more productive than humans. They don’t get distracted, have bad days, and seemingly don’t tire.

 

What does this have to do with you, human being? It means you can learn a something from ants when it comes to success: go into high activity mode and stay there until the job is done (or you get stepped on and killed).

 

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  1. I did do less with the gardening business, it wasn’t really a business more a job I created though, never pushed it to the next level. For a time it worked doing less, got more higher paying customers and less lower paying customers. So although I had less customers I was earning the same money for less work.

    Looking back I should’ve looked to replace me but that wasn’t where I was back then. Then I got lazy and didn’t replace or increase my customer base so had to take a job to help pay for my expanding outgoings. When you do less you find you spend more, it was being used to find an alternative income that could produce all year round but my laziness got in the way.

    It worked for a time but wasn’t a long term strategy.

    High activity, look to replace yourself with a team or automation. Keep an eye on that income stream/business, in fact don’t rely on one income, have multiple flows, then replace when one isn’t working. That’s really your job, to keep the money flowing and fix any leaks or replace things that aren’t working. Always be looking for new income sources, products, services. Create, Delegate, Market.

    • Very true. Multiple flows are for protection against any one drying up.

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