Not 15 Doors

Yesterday I did the positive. Now what happens if I do not get 15 doors in 2017?

Time.  If I were not able to hit my goals, it means that all of my other goals are pushed back further.  It means that everything that I want in my life I have to wait longer for, or potentially never even get. It means that I did not use my time well.  I can absolutely do this in the next year.  Instead I decided to slack off and “do it tomorrow.”  It makes me and asshole.  It makes me selfish.  I can do this for me, for my family, for my clients, for my employees.  If I don’t do it, I am telling all of them that I am more important than them.  I am a selfish asshole who decided that watching tv, or running errands, or just straight up not doing what I am supposed to do was more important than building the world where I get to help them.

Could I look Nora, Hailey, or Amber in the eye and tell them, “Sorry, I know that ______ is important to you.  I just really wanted to go watch that movie.”  You can’t have that trip you want. You can’t have that toy you want. You can’t have that life you want.  I refuse to do that to my daughters and wife.  I REFUSE!!!

I would be in a much more stable position for hiring. If I don’t get it, I lose another chance to work with an amazing person. I continue to be a one man show, and I don’t get help in making my client’s lives better.  I lose out on growth. I lose out on relationships. I lose out on helping others grow.  I wait longer to build my business the way that I want to build it. I REFUSE!!!

 

I am grateful for Manny.

I am grateful for Emily.

I am grateful for Hailey climbing.

I am grateful for Hailey talking.

I am grateful for Nora learning.

I am grateful for Nora snuggling.

I am grateful for Amber getting home just to see me.

I am grateful for excitement for seeing good friends.

I am grateful for new food.

I am grateful for food.

I am grateful for deep breaths.

I am grateful for getting it done!

I love my life! Thank you!

~Ryan Lynch