Do you ever struggle with execution?
Have great ideas but something gets in the way of you actually implementing?
This could be the antidote you’ve been looking for:
In 1997, Richard Carlson, Ph.D. wrote a little book that went on to become a bestseller and today is a cliché: “Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff”.
He argues that everything is the small stuff and gives you some thoughts about how to avoid little things from taking over your life. I love the concept.
Except, sometimes it is the small stuff left unaddressed that keeps us from having or experiencing the big stuff we really want.
Recently, I was speaking with a prospective Alchemy of Money member, and she hasn’t had financial reports for a couple of years.
I asked why, and she admitted that she needed to call the bank and get her login reset to get access to the data again.
Small stuff: call the bank. Big stuff: no financial reports/lost opportunities.
Consider everything big starts with something very small. This can be a wonderful antidote to being overwhelmed to execute.
The catch is the small stuff needs to be connected sequentially to the bigger picture/stuff, or you’ll find it’s all small stuff indeed.