Childlike Persistence 

When you were a child, you were naturally persistent. If you wanted a cookie, everyone knew it, and they knew it for a long time. 

As we get older, we condition ourselves to be less selfish, exhibit self-control, and practice our manners, and persistence falls away as well. 

But if you’re going to be successful, you have to be a little bit selfish, and sometimes you have to be downright obnoxious about it. 

Here are 3 simple reminders of the truth you knew as a child that will help you succeed today…


  • Be Loud

If you’re the kind of person who rarely says what you want, or whispers your intentions, it will be difficult for others to hear, much less help you. Practice cranking up your volume and declaring what you want. Speak your desires, confidently make decisions, and take charge.  Let your voice be heard.


  • Be Persistent

Once you know what you want and you are willing to say it out loud…KEEP SAYING IT. This serves several purposes. First, it leaves no room for doubt about what you are about. Secondly, it leaves no room for others to distract or derail you. “I want a cookie.” “I WANT A COOKIE.” “I. WANT. A. COOKIE.” 


  • Celebrate Your Failures

The kid in you knows that celebration lifts your spirits. While failure may be painful, it’s also rife with lessons, and those are worth celebrating. Plus if you look at the positive side of your losses, you’ll escape the incapacitation of shame. Shame stops your forward motion. The celebration keeps you going. 


Continued persistence can be difficult to maintain as you are nearing the finish line. But if you can embrace your inner child, find the fun in it, and keep your eye on the prize, and you can achieve those hopes, goals, and dreams that are part of your innate being.


How Can You Practice Childlike Persistence Today? Share with us in the comments.


But if you’re going to be successful, you have to be a little bit selfish, and sometimes you have to be downright obnoxious about it. 


I Have An Idea For A Business or Product, Now What?

One of the most frustrating things can be figuring out what your 1st steps are when you finally get that big idea. Truth is the methods are rather simple. You want to make sure you take your time, do your research and keep detailed notes. We will talk more about how to keep your ideas organized later. 

The very 1st thing that you want to do is write the idea down, don’t try to perfect it or clean up the context. Just get everything written down on paper. Believe it or not, this is a crucial step that most miss and wonder why aspects of their original idea get lost and they can’t figure out what is going on. 

Once your ideas have been put to paper, now is when the fun starts, You now have the opportunity to not only expand on the idea, you will also need to do some much-needed research to see what you need to do to make this idea a reality. This part of the process can be frustrating for some, and it doesn’t have to be. Building your business or product ideas should be a fun process for you, and it can be. embrace the process and take your time. If you are still unclear on what to do, or you need more support lets chat and get you the support that you need here:

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If you don’t have an idea yet, that is okay. All is not lost. You just aren’t here in the process just yet. I am working on resources that will help support you in your journey by giving you a roadmap on figuring out what you want to do and how to carry out your goals. To get you started to brainstorm and jot down what things interest you.  Use this as a starting point to generate ideas.

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