It’s easy to get discouraged when you’re starting out at something and stuck in a mindset that everything you do is wrong. But, by revisiting an older episode of the Morning ROAR, Adam illustrate just how wrong this way of thinking truly is.
In This Episode…
- Why is it okay to stray away from the way your predecessors did things?
- Reflecting on one of the most popular episodes of the Morning ROAR to date
- Why the “wrong way” is never truly wrong.
Today’s ROAR Thought:
Intrinsically, doing things by the book will never spawn any new, exciting results; at best, you’ll only ever repeat what’s already been done, at most you won’t live up to the past. So experiment, innovate, and find out new ways to do something. You may just revolutionise whatever it is you’re working on!
The soundtrack for each episode of Morning ROAR is produced by Dave Carter. Thank you for your amazing work Dave!
This podcast is made possible by the amazing work and brilliance of Morning ROAR’s audio engineer, Jerson Obial. I would also like to extend a very special thanks to Morning ROAR’s executive assistant, Meghan Boilard, Both team members mentioned are crucial to the Morning ROAR team and we could not be luckier to have them with us.
How You Can Help:
I really hope that this podcast is helping you think about how important your time is. I know it is helping me get a clearer idea on my own values, as well as challenging me to think about where I am spending my time.
I’d really appreciate if you could head over to iTunes when you have a moment and give the show a 5 star rating (If you believe that the Morning ROAR deserves it) and a review.
How Can I Help You?
What do you need help with right now? How can I help you? Let me know. The reason I am being so bold to ask this is because I believe only a small number of people reading this right now are at a point where they are ready to take action. Are you one of those people?
Now, Let’s Make Today Count!
What are you doing today, right now, that is contributing towards your goal? Share it in the comments and make it real, make it accountable.