Where do entrepreneurs get their ideas from?
How do some manage to stay so calm?
Why don't those people get stressed and anxious before a presentation?
How do authors manage to write so much?
You buy these qualities and abilities a a small, magic shop on the corner of Neverland and Wonderland.
Well, of course not.
You gain these qualities and abilities through hard work, commitment, practice and not quitting because it's hard, boring or takes time.
You generate more ideas by spending time having one bad idea and then another bad idea until they become less bad and eventually good.
You become more calm, less stress and worried when you commit to a daily practice of feeding your mind the good stuff and less of the bad (negative self-talk, blame, judgement, overthinking).
It takes time, it takes work and it takes effort.
You get more writing done, or get fitter, or create art, or finish books, or get that project done by doing it, a little every day instead of trying to take too much on in too short a time.
There's no magic. Just your commitment.
Wishing is a lot easier than doing but usually yields far poorer results.
Your life, your choice!
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