One of the most common sentences I spoke as a child was “well because …” followed by an excuse why I didn’t do something.
And the second most common, especially in puberty, and in recent months as I completely took over The Mala Scena Theatre was “and I know, Mom, but …”. So after that “and I know” I would often be greeted by a cold shower – if you don’t do it, you don’t know.
I hated that sentence. But I know. I’ve heard that information a hundred times. I know that!
And then it hit me – I went to 10 courses on workplace organization, optimization, automation – and still in The Mala Scena Theatre nothing was either organized or automated.
I read dozens of books about working on myself – and I still didn’t drink more water, didn’t practice focus, didn’t meditate, didn’t stick to my own schedule.
I received almost a million pieces of information, but I did not apply any. They were very inspiring to me, motivating, but I didn’t live them.
Goals are easy to set. It’s easy to dream. It’s easy to plan. What is not easy? Action. Implementation. Turning information into knowledge. In life, practice.
It wasn’t until I asked for help that I started using the tools – only then did I realize that really – I didn’t know. I didn’t know until I started.
Until I told my mom – c’mon, show me how to make a good bill and then I really made it.
Take a look at this application form and say what can be better – and then fix it.
Until I found a virtual assistant and insisted on automation.
Until I asked my colleagues – what we are doing that’s not right. What can we do. How can we make things easier and then apply it – I had the information, but not the transformation. Not knowledge.
If you had enough information, if you are ready to apply, for action – follow us because 1.2. we are bringing you something big!