Hindsight is 20-20. When you look back in time, which decisions completely altered the path of your life?
Mine was almost a decade go, when Lifehack was going through some major changes.
I was offered a once-in-a-lifetime chance to join Lifehack's team to help take it to a new level.
But I was facing a tough decision:
To join Lifehack and change the world... I had to give up running my business.
There was no going back!
It was really a choice between making something really meaningful versus making steady money.
But deep down I knew what I really wanted. Making this decision was the final obstacle. I kept delaying the decision for months, spending time "distracting" myself with work, or focusing on fixing things that didn't really matter.
In the end, everything began to suffer because of it. I couldn't delay things anymore.
That was almost 10 years ago...
What Would Happen If You Act When It Counts Every Time?
What helped me to finally make the decision and take action?
It was when I realized that I didn't have to wait until I was "ready".
Because nobody is every "fully prepared". What does that mean anyways?
You can't afford to wait till you "know everything", or wait until you have everything you need to start.
If you think that way, you'll never start.
So I made a decision to create a 1 month action plan. That plan was everything I could do to break out of my comfort zone and kickstart Lifehack into my full time career.
And you know what?
I didn't have all the answers.
I didn't know how it would all work out. *BUT* that 1 month of solid action gave me the confidence and momentum to set things in motion.
Without it, Lifehack wouldn't be the 20 million reader global platform that it is today.
And this 1 Month Action Program has become a template for every Lifehack initiative. It helps us launch new projects in unknown territory, and get results from them fast.
If you can take this program and apply it to your life, I guarantee that you can immediately stop feeling stuck, and have the confidence to take action towards that goal that's been sitting on the sidelines.