Some people spend all their time and energy becoming the absolute best at one specific skill or discipline. They figure if they work really hard and stay totally focused, then they will rise to the top in their chosen area.
My youngest child recently graduated from High School. She is a really good student, but was not at the very top of her class. Every year, her school recognizes the “top 10” students based on their 4 year GPA’s.
Maybe you use sticky notes. Maybe you have a “to do” page. Maybe you use computer driven reminders. There are many ways to get there, and in the end, we all have tools we use to remind us to do certain things.
Napoleon Hill and his seminal book “Think and Grow Rich” is an all-time classic. The stories he documented of user-successful business people are as relevant today as when they were first written over 80 years ago.
I am sure you are very good at talking, and probably pretty good at texting. These skills have come because you do it all the time. But, how much do you practice “writing” and specifically the kind of writing where you are trying to write “in the spoken word”?
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