What if everything complex in your life was actually easy and simple?
Here’s a weird thought…
…we humans tend to complicate things.
We tend to add extra steps where they’re not needed.
We tend to overthink, over analyze and over process things and that leads to complexity.
And when things are complex we tend to avoid them.
How weird is that?
We over complicate things and then we avoid doing those things because it seems too complicated.
I used to be the king of overcomplicating things.
I’ve over complicated getting fit, muscular and lean.
I’ve over complicated starting and growing a business.
I’ve over complicated a bunch of things!
Truth is, most things are pretty simple…
If you want to get fit, lean and strong then start training heavy and fast, eat a clean high protein diet and be consistent.
If you want to build a successful and profitable business then make sure that your product or service is really good at solving a problem that people have, then find the right leads through advertising and make them an offer where the value of the product or service is greater than the cost.
The old version of me would have complicated the process, added extra steps and would have over-thunk everything…
…and then the overwhelm of it all would have stopped me from executing.
(I’ve actually done this in the past when I first started off in business)
Look, it aint rocket science… until you complicate it and make it so.
Success in any category of life is simple. It’s not easy, but it is simple.
I’m convinced that humans simply complicate things as a form of procrastination.
I hope this little rant of mine helps you achieve whatever it is that you’re trying to do in life.
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