In normal conversation, when we use the word “balance” we tend to think of balance being an even distribution. It might be weight, for example, where I’m balancing on one leg, or my arms feel balanced when I work out. We tend to think of balance as an even-Steven proposition. http://www.harveker.com/2015/03/10/how-focusing-on-the-big-kahuna-will-make-you-rich/
Start small and start smart. Know whose problem you’re solving. The smaller you start, the more important things you can learn about your audience and your product, the more you give yourself a chance to grow fast!
You’ve probably heard that it takes 30 days to break a bad habit, right? In a lot of cases, that’s true. However, how many times have you personally tried to do this? http://www.harveker.com/2015/07/07/embrace-ityoure-a-fricken-robot-heres-how-to-break-bad-habits-the-robotic-way/
You are responsible for creating your life. You’re responsible for creating what happens for you. And that’s a good thing! If you weren’t responsible for that, that would mean you have no control. That means we’re at the whim of the wind, floating around with nothing going for us.
Hemingway’s Secret To Maintaining Productive Momentum