The Spit Test
To See the Whole Video, Go To - The Spit Test Below is a transcription of this video To think I’ve been recording these videos for about 45 days right now and this is me talking about whatever I want to talk about in any particular period of time. I went to a different level today. I started spitting on my camera and not doing it on purpose. I was like hey, that’s a different level. That’s a different level of excitement and a different level of commitment. So I’m judging the success of my videos, especially the videos where I’m getting excited by the level of spit that’s actually on my camera when I’m speaking. What’s cool about that is what I’m finding out about myself today is I’m a guy who, in the past, questioned every single thing that I do.
I know that a lot of you out there are like that where you second guess everything that you do. I get the [inaudible] as I head to my office. Hopefully you hear this message right now [Inaudible] we have a 6 o’clock [inaudible] start recording videos, walk to the office, about six-and-a-half miles, and just talk about whatever is on my mind in that period of time. There are so many reasons why it doesn’t make sense to do it this way. The fact that you’re doing it anyway and you [inaudible] can second-guess and you end up doing it anyway. Something happened this morning where I just got really excited about 20 minutes ago. I got to what I think a different level of communication. It’s one of those things that words can’t necessarily define what actually happened but some excitement came up and I started spitting as I was talking. So I share with you if you’re out there plugging along, trudging along, we call it grinding sometimes, grinding along, chugging along, keep going, keep moving forward. The breakthrough is right around the corner. Here most people just quit when they’re on that 1 yard line, when they’re right on the verge of that breakthrough. If I would have quit five videos ago, I wouldn’t have had this breakthrough and had this level of excitement this early in the morning and that’s cool. Thanks a lot for listening. Make today an awesome day.