“The secret of success of every man who has ever been successful lies in the fact that he formed the habit of doing those things failures don’t like to do.”

Well, last night I began recording the audio version of my book, “Game. Set. Life.” at the great Scott Strunk’s studio. I have done some recordings in the past. I have also conducted teleseminars, an internet radio show and recorded videos, so an audio CD should be a piece of cake, right?


The first lesson (chapter) was tough. It was a short chapter but it seemed so long. I needed a break. We then listened to it and made some edits. It was going to be a long road ahead. Should I stop? Is it worth it?

I continued. During the next few chapters, I messed up a lot, but I laughed it off. I had to improvise a bit and felt a lot of pressure. I was also starving.

But I pushed through. I stayed focused and acted confidently, even though I didn’t feel that way.

If you feel the pressure and push through anyway, you become on a whole new level. A level where the winners hang out. The losers feel the pressure and stop. That’s where it begins for the champions.

I became comfortable being uncomfortable. I did what I needed to do, even though I didn’t feel like it.

You can too in whatever you do.

Thanks for reading.
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