Tomorrow (actually it’s today, by the time you read this) I’ll be attending T Harv Eker’s seminar series – Never Work Again at Singapore Expo. It’s 4 days long, spanning from 3 Jun to 6 Jun. It’ll be teaching about investment tools and how to create passive income streams so we don’t need to work to get income.
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Just last week, I came across the concept of barefoot running and was immediately intrigued by it.
If you are wondering what barefoot running is, it is well – very simply, running without shoes. Apparently there is already a barefoot movement that started since 1960s, advocating going barefoot in various activities, such as day-to-day life and running. And this movement is quickly gaining popularity over the years.
Most goals usually set off on a high note. At the beginning, you are self-driven and motivated to achieve them. You diligently adhere to your plan. When you do, you feel terrific. You are on an upward momentum and the possibilities of what’s next excites you. For a while, you look forward to what’s next.
But then after a period of time, the momentum wanes. You think about the goal, but you don’t feel like working on it. You become rooted by inertia and you start to procrastinate. Frustrated by the lack of results, you begin to resist your goals. You subconsciously turn to other activities as avoidance.
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