“Money isn’t the…

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Just a little mid-week food for thought. 😉 Hope everyone’s having an awesome Wednesday, and if you missed Business Tools Tuesdays now’s your chance to check it out here.

As always…

Stay Awesome.

– Rego

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“When you grow…

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I remember always watching Ashton Kutcher on That 70’s Show – although he’s played more serious parts over the years, the dude’s still as funny now as he was then…but at the same time, he has some pretty deep moments and says some pretty true things.

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Steve Jobs (R.I.P.) and him have it right. This is one of those things – a very important, true thing about growing up that many people try and tell you…but you know what – it’s not true – life is a lot “broader” – there’s so much more to it…and it’s not just about living your life, but creating and building one.

Just a little mid-week inspiration 😉

As always…

Stay awesome.

– Rego

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“An essential aspect of…

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“An essential aspect of creativity is not being afraid to fail” – Edwin Land

Sorry this one came in late! But it says all it needs to say…bottom line is, never be afraid. Try as hard as you can not to be….fear is immobility, and immobility is procrastination. If you really, really, want something, you have to go out there and get it – without hesitation. Hesitation stems from fear and uncertainty. While it may be beneficial at times, most often it’s just an illusion that has been taught to us as we progressed through life and grew out of childhood.

Really, when you think about it – the younger we are, the less likely to be fearful we are…think of all the what-you-would-now-consider-crazy things you’ve done in your youth – did you really ever regret them…? More than likely, they taught you something. They made you better at something…and they made you realize you could do more than you originally thought you would – merely by overriding fear, and pushing through.

Persistence pays.

– Rego