Move in the Right Direction
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Below is a transcription of this video I woke up yesterday and what I do is I walk to the office every day. It’s about a sixmile walk and it takes me about an hour and 45 minutes and I shoot these videos. Yesterday, I was in a bad mood. I had some stuff that I didn’t want to do during the day yesterday and it was coloring the rest of my day. It was three things, about an hour and 15 minutes worth of my day. The fact is I got through those things, I got through those things with flying colors and I come in today and it’s funny, those things that you don’t want to do that you know that you’re going to do, can motivate you, they can be a motivator. They can give the right pressure. I think there’s two types of pressure, there’s excitement pressure and there’s, I’ll call it anxiety but probably anxiety’s too strong a word.
There’s anxiety pressure, there’s pressure when you don’t want to do something, you don’t want to take something on, you don’t want to get something done but you know you’re going to do it. You’re not avoiding but you know you’re going to do it. There’s times when everything’s just moving smooth but there’s nothing exciting about it and that’s a lot scarier place to be when you’re just humming along, going ho hum but aren’t excited about what you’re doing and don’t have any real stresses that are getting you into motion. There’s stress, a little bit of stress, not over major things. It doesn’t mean get worked up over the little things. A little of anxiety, a little bit of I don’t want to when you know you’re going to do something, is a good thing to get you in the right direction and move you in the right direction and get you into action to get something done. Just to let you know you’re alive and you’re fighting the good fight in life. Thanks a lot for listening to this message. Make today an awesome day.