Once Again Poor Planning Catches Me :-(

Sometimes I Feel Like I am Trapped in Sitcom

This is just silly. Last night I learned that I need to be more personable in my posts. I should tell my story rather than just try to teach something. Last night's mastermind
taught me that I was talking "at" you rather than sharing my story.

As a business person I try my best to plan out my day so I am as productive as possible. I use iCalender and Onenote. Trying to maximize every hour as best that I can.

It is so irritating when this happens. I have worked hard to put up a video, but I have a 4 pm pst deadline to get credit for the #ctpcontent 30 day challenge. This is day 23, but my video is not encoding in a timely fashion must have waited till peak time.

Even though I promised myself and Blain that this would not happened again, it happened again. I feel like a little kid that did not finish his project in a timely manner.

The Worst Thing Would Be Failing The Challenge

I really do not want to fail this challenge, so I am going to sacrifice the images and add them later. My chris.topher account has no chance but I started that account late, I just want to develop the daily habit :-)

Sorry, will be a bit better tomorrow :-)



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You are setting a great example to the community, though. And if it was only last night that you learned to be more personable, already you are helping out by teaching what you have learned.

It reminds me of a guy in one of my college classes. He is a treasure. Unlike many Japanese students, and especially the guys, he does not hesitate to blurt out an answer to my question or to ask about stuff he doesn't get. When reading texts he does so in a loud voice so I always hear and correct his pronunciation mistakes.

The immediate result is that he constantly feels foolish because he gets stuff wrong all the time and in front of everybody. But long term, what he is doing is going to pay massive dividends and I'm always encouraging him not to worry about feeling foolish, just not to stop doing what he's doing. Students like that are pure gold because they help me teach better and they also help others to learn.

Same with you here. You're failing forward all the time and showing us all the way.

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Wow, buddy, thank you so much for your kind words of encouragement. School was never my thing, so the first chance I got, quit school joined the Marine Corps. However, I have found that I am a lifetime student.
In my first Martial Arts class, I was young, and the instructor announced if we were afraid of looking foolish, that we should leave now.
My interactions on Hive constantly remind me of that humbling memory lol

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Don't be too harsh on yourself bro we all make mistakes as long as your learning from them,
Now you shared it we can all learn.
If your not making mistakes then your not doing anything isn't that how it goes.
Have a blessed and successful week
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