I see it time and time again, people who have amazing possibilities and opportunities, but don't seem to capitalize on them and succeed.
Are you one of those people? Do you feel like you're not moving forward or succeeding the way you want or with the speed with which you want?
There may be a way to help you start to change that trajectory with one adjustment in the way you approach life and your own decision making. In other words, by changing the
He's a little awkward on stage. He's working on it, but he comes across as the guy next door or maybe the 'creepy' guy next door.
He's got a lot of the locals including the local club owner who constantly berate him. They put him down, they tease, they pick.
He said, "Jerry, you've got to help me. I just have these guys totally hating on me all the time. What do I do?"
I was listening to some comedy the other day and I came across this video (podcast interview on YouTube). There was a guy in the interview who was talking about comedy.
This guy was from Kentucky and he had a bit of that Southern accent that made me think, "Damn! I didn't know they had the internet in the hollar.
He said, "Writing comedy is the fastest way to complete failure." As you might imagine, that got my attention!
When I started in show business, I was an actor. I had the fortunate experience of watching my Dad go through his career as an actor. There were ups and downs. Sometimes the downs were really down.
I said, "That's not gonna happen to me." Now it's one thing to say that in a matter of wishful thinking and it's another to take action. So right after I said, "That's not gonna happen to me," I said, "How can I make sure that doesn't happen to me?"