New Problems

Grant Cardone:

Overcommit your energy, resources, creativity, and persistence. Know that you are all in on every activity, every time you take action, every day you’re in business.

Now, you might worry—as so many people do—about not being able to deliver. And that is certainly a problem; however, as we discussed earlier, you need new problems. They’re signs that you’re making progress and heading in the right direction. Learn to commit first, and figure out how to show up later. Most people simply never bother to perform and instead spend their time trying to wrap their heads around things that many never happen for them. Anyone who doesn’t face new problems but who instead grapples with the same old problems his or her whole life isn’t moving forward. Simply put: If you are not creating new problems for yourself, then you aren’t taking enough action.

You need to face new issues and dilemmas that will challenge you to keep finding and creating solutions. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had too many people to see at 2PM or if you had a line outside your restaurant because there were so many people waiting for a table? One of the major differences between successful and unsuccessful people is that the former look for problems to resolve, whereas the latter make every attempt to avoid them. So remember: Overcommit, be all in, and take massive levels of action followed up by massive amounts of more actions. You will create new problems and deliver at levels that will amaze even you.

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