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Lessons Learned And Using Them

To See the Whole Video, Go To - Lessons Learned And Using Them Below is a transcription of this video I just want to start talking about lessons learned and using the lessons learned. If you’re going to create 40 videos a day, inevitably you’re going to deal with some of life’s challenges. That’s even when you get past the phase of being afraid to look in the camera. When you break through the major stuff, is when you get to deal with the stuff that you really need to deal with.


As I shared in a previous video, my goal is to do 25 videos in the morning in this session. It usually takes somewhere between an hour and a half to two hours to do that. I’ve realized what that really looks like is four mini-courses, six videos a piece, and then one extra. Usually, my mini courses have more than six, so I can get through that 25, but I have a break. What do I need if I want to break? I’ve got a couple of options when something comes up that I want to actually deal with. I can either just work through it and what I like to do is let me just do one more video before I take a break and see if I actually need that break or not? That’s the way that I like to approach it, but another break can be a water break or an exercise break or a meditation break. We don’t want to take procrastination breaks, those aren’t good. The purpose of this is to renew the energy so we can get back to work not to take an hour and a half off and procrastinate and think and rethink things. Or there is a sleep break and those are the types of breaks that I actually need to take and then there’s the ones where the mind say it wants to do something or the body wants to do something, those breaks. You’re got to deal with the different levels of break and be aware of what the body is on and recognize those things that are put in place for good. Like, hey, we need to do something here that’s important or those ones that put in place just to get in the way of what you’re trying to accomplish.


Knowing the difference between the two is critical. You might not have it at perfection at the beginning, but starting to pay attention and knowing the difference between the two will head you in the right direction of where you actually want to go.


Lessons Learned And Using Them