A FINISH line doesn’t mean you’re done // Dan’s Daily Dose #229

A FINISH line doesn’t mean you’re done // Dan’s Daily Dose #229

A FINISH line doesn’t mean you’re done // Dan’s Daily Dose #229

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 11, 2019


(intense intro music) – Hey what’s up guys? This Daily Dose is coming at you from my basement gym. Check it out. That’s my setup, and I like having the computer up here. You know it’s good for I put
some of my training programs so it connects to the trainer and simulates different
race courses and stuff. But it’s also cool, ’cause during my work,
warm up and cool down, I’ll get other work in, right? So I’m multitasking. It’s been a busy month. We just finished the digital summit, over 3,000 people participated, so we’re excited about that, created a ton of value,
but we’re not stopping. We’re already, and have already been ready getting ready for our
live event in November, it’s going to be awesome. The last year, the first
event we did was awesome. This one’s going to be
ten times as awesome. So I’m excited about it, and I’m on my bike now, even
though I’m getting ready for a 50 mile running race next month. That’s for two reasons, really. One, I like to vary the training, ’cause there’s only so
much running you can do before your body starts to break down. But second, as soon as
that 50 mile is done, I’ll take a acouple days off, but I’ll be getting ready for
an iron man race in the fall. And I’ve always had this belief that you gotta have your next thing, maybe not concrete, but
at least a good idea of your next goal. Before you get to the
end of your current one. And it might change, and that’s okay. But if it changes, that’s fine. But by having it, even if it changes, you’re telling yourself
that the next goal, when you achieve the goal
that you’re working on, that’s not the finish line, right? That’s just a checkpoint. Or just a pit stop, or, right? Something along the way to something even better, greater, bigger. I’ve found that the times when I complete, whether it be a race, a business goal, and I don’t have my next goal planned, I’ll have a let down. Because I’ll get to the end of it, and I’ll just be tired
from achieving that, and if I don’t have
something pulling me forward, to the next thing, I’ll
slow down for a while. Now, I will get my groove back, it’s not like it’s gone forever, but if you really want
to keep exccellerating, think of your goals as pit stops that will exccellerate you to your next. Not the end game, right? So whether you’re pushing
hard for a fitness goal, whether you’re pushing hard to sell a certain amount of homes the next year, start thinking about how
many homes you want to sell two years out, and five years out, right? And start not only building
the systems now to do that, but it’s going to help drive you past your current goals when you finish them, all right? So, don’t only work on
the goal that you have in front of you, start thinking about the next one. That’s the message for this Daily Dose, I hope you found this
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