Knowing and doing are very different things…

I know loads. About all sorts of things (not just Thing-related). But knowing and doing and two very different things.

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Dedication. It’s what you need.

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We all need to set ourselves some world records to break from time to time. Or at least some ‘personal bests’.

I have been feeling a bit under the weather the past couple of days, so my dedication of course has also waned. Then I see this article and video about Eddie Kidd still running the London Marathon (that started almost 5 weeks ago – and for most people finished the same day). He is covering a few hundred metres a day most days. Which is incredible for a severely disabled man.

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Give yourself permission (er, NOW)

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Permission is something we don’t actually need, but SO many of us feel we do. I know that I used to want it. A lot.

Because, of course, there isn’t really anyone who is stopping you from doing your Thing, from being as famous as you want to be, from standing in a super-bright spotlight, from doing exactly what you want to do the way you want to do it (given legal parameters of course!).

And yet we ask—and look—for permission.

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5 things to do today to tell more people about your Thing

Tell more people about your Thing with 5 easy ‘do them today’ actions. Often a small tweak to something you already do can make a difference.

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2 steps forward and 1 step back

Are you dancing?

Taking 2 steps forward and 1 step back in a cha-cha style? If dancing’s your Thing then that’s allowed :) but if your Thing is anything else, it’s not!

1 step followed by another step is what it takes to keep moving into your spotlight.

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Give them what they want (but make it what they need)

You should always be listening to your market and offering products and services they want. That’s common business sense. That said, sometimes you may know that what they (your market) ‘want’ is not what they ‘need’. The trick here is a to strike a balance and meet them where they are, then gently ‘steer’ them to where you know lies a better answer.

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