When I started out I would often question if my obsession for work, financial freedom and my goals was unhealthy. Living in England and being in my early 20’s made it very hard to surround myself with other like minded people.Fast forward a few more years and moving to America, I realise that being obsessed with my goals was an important factor that helped me achieved what I have and crafted me as a person. ⠀
Better yet, I’ve been fortunate to surround myself with other obsessed people that I’m also lucky enough to call my friends, colleagues and best friends. All of these people have achieved way above average.
So my advice to you is DO become obsessed with your business, goals and lifestyle. Ignore anyone who says otherwise and puts you down, as they are the same people that really achieve nothing special in life and just like to moan at other people’s success.
Now, you must also realise that EVERYONE who’s achieved a certain degree of success was OBSESSED with their goals. Nothing happened by luck, they become obsessed with that goal and made it happen with hard work, dedication and intelligence.
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So my question to you is, what are you obsessed with and are you going to live a life of obsession or a life of average? The decision is yours…