1 – Law of Averages
It works in your favor when you stick to what you know, stay in your lane and only swing at things within your strike zone. 10,000 hrs/ Gladwell…
2 – Law of Large Numbers
If you can afford to go big, know that when and if you win you’ll win big but… to the contrary if you lose! But by applying the law of averages principles to everything you do you do you lessen your risk.
3 – Law of Leverage
Leverage what you’ve experienced, what you know, relationships, etc. Sticking to what you already know again allows you to leverage your experience vs. trusting and depending on someone else’ guidance. Stay in your lane for extra leverage. Restrict your targets by focusing and leveraging. This adds to your confidence which is crucial to your decision making process.
4 – Law of Losing
You’re bound to lose some. What game have you ever played before that didn’t involve some losing. The object is to lose less by being properly prepared. Use the “Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance” principle. There’s a reason some people lose a lot, they aren’t prepared to win, they only get in the game to participate.
“Also ran…” Be in it to win it!!
But when you lose it was just the lesson learned toward your ED education. It’s all about your personal development in the end, the money is a way to keep score and a benefit of winning! Intend to win!
5 – Law of Learning- “Trust the Process”. You have to have a process or plan that you’re following but you’re learning as you go. The Process goes back to the Chinese proverb “when the student is ready tue teacher will be there.” Or in the Bible Isiah
“And an highway shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called The way of holiness; the unclean shall not pass over it; but it shall be for those: the wayfaring men, though fools, shall not err therein.”
The journey is yours to take alone but trust that you can and will do whatever it takes to be successful and take the first step, then the next and the next. And when you hot that first major obstacle: school is in, the teacher is present: if you can accept this as your curriculum you’re on the way!!
But remember that the most important thing of all is GSD (Get Shit Done)!