Seniorsatwork.ch makes big steps
Seniorsatwork.ch makes big steps
When I am giving a talk, I like to go through my notes. I find it very helpful to write down the points I am going to talk about in a bulleted list format, because when I'm delivering the talk, I have my slides ready to go. So I have my talk notes in my hand, ready to go. And then I go through my notes, and I have my first bulleted list, and then I have my second bulleted list, and then I have my third bulleted list. And I keep adding bulleted lists to my hand, as I make my way through my hand. And I keep making my way through my hand, because my hand is full. I go through my hand, and I take a bunch of notes. And I go through my hand, and then I jot down my point, and then I go through my hand again, and then I make my way through my hand, and I make my way through my hand, and then I make my way through my hand, and then I make my way through my hand. And then I get to the end of my hand and go, "OK, now I have my point." It's very important, and I love this technique. And it works.

But this is really a process, as much as it is a system. And you just go through your point, remember it's a process. The process is: first find your bullet lists, your ideas. And when you have those, then put them in their own lined paper folders. Then go through your bullet lists and make sure they're flow together.

Then then go through your ideas and go, "O.K., is this still flow together?" If not, then cut the idea, or go back and make sure your flow is more clearly defined.

Then go through your bullet lists again and go, "Well that's flow again, so let's get it flow again." And then again, and again, and again, and again, and again. And then you have your idea.

Then go through your idea and put it in a flow-lined folder, and go through your folder of bullet lists and cut the bullet-list to make sure it flows together, and then go through your bullet list again, and make sure it flows together.

Then go through your flow-lined ideas again, and cut the idea again, and go through your folder of flow-lined ideas again, and cut the idea again, and go through your idea again, and make sure it flows together. And then you have your idea.

This can take a while. Make sure you have a good, solid idea before you start this process, because this is how you actually get your idea. This is how you work on bringing it to life. It's how you get that idea of yours off your mind and into the physical world.

So this is how you actually work on your idea and turn it into your dream.

And then you get the idea. And you get the idea is a whole other subject, but I'll leave that for another day. Seniorsatwork.ch 

It's this type of process that is the formula for any new idea. And this is why I always recommend that people write out their dream ideas, their business ideas, their product ideas, before they get excited about them. You see, once you get excited about an idea, your natural tendency is to get excited about the mechanics of bringing it to life, which is great as far as it goes, but you're losing focus. And once you lose focus on what you're trying to do, it's very hard to reacquire focus.

So write out the idea before you get excited, then it's easier to get back into focus. And then once you're focused, once you're reacquainted with the concept of what you're trying to do, this is what you do. You implement.

It is important to understand that if you're just doing anything let alone getting excited about it, then you're simply going to fail. It's important to understand that.

So this is how you actually make your dreams come true.

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