Take Off

by | Personal Development

Do you feel like life is getting easier? It always does.

We remember when back we first launched the company (13 years ago!!!). Back when we were Global1. Back before we emerged and re-birthed into the JACK that stands before you.

Those days were hard.

But one of our mentors gave us some advice: “The first year is always the hardest.”

It takes time to learn what you’re doing. It takes time to get your processes in place. It takes time to establish all the relationships you’re going to draw on as the business grows.

It takes time to stop flailing about like frightened duckling in the crocodile enclosure and rise into the graceful swan of excellence you are meant to be.

(We swear, those were her exact words.)

And she was right.

Flight is easy. It’s the take-off that’s hard.

It’s one of the reasons why we’re so excited about what Dr Demartini brings to our JACK community (That’s you) by looking at the science of ‘ignition’. 

How do you prime yourself for those first challenging years?

What daily practices do you need to put in place? How do you build the mental toughness to get the booster thrusters going? How do you tap sustainable energy sources in those intensive early days so you don’t find yourself bottom up in the ditch of a massive caffeine/sugar crash?

We’ve all been there.

We think it’s fantastic that he’s bringing this into focus because it reminds us that living the life of our dreams isn’t as brutal as it seems.

Sure, the early days are hard. But you’re off and racing before you know it.

Grow Beyond
JACK

 

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