How to Find Opportunities in Your Challenges
And use the bad stuff for something good
Every morning, I sit down at my desk to write an article.
I give myself no more than 33 minutes to do so.
That means (1) conceptualizing, (2) writing, (3) proofreading, (4) editing, and (5) publishing. All before my timer runs out.
At first, it was quite challenging.
To put zero forethought into a topic and then magically pull one out of a hat when it finally came time to write.
But with 300+ daily articles under my belt now, I think it’s fair to say I’ve found my groove.
Some days, I don’t have anything to write about.
Like today, for example.
But even then, it’s a good opportunity for me to talk about that — for me to talk about the challenges I’m currently facing.
The only thing is…
When I do that, I also have to find a way to spin it so it benefits you. I can’t just write about me. That’s boring, selfish, and downright disrespectful of your time.
So how do I spin something like this for YOU?
Well, think about it…
Right now, I’m talking about working with my challenges instead of turning away from them. I’m talking about a way to use those challenges instead of using them as an excuse.
How can you do the same?
How can you turn your challenges into an opportunity?
How can you use your challenges to create something with meaning?
Every challenge has attached to it an equal opportunity.
Find out what that opportunity is and then roll with it as much as you can.
The more you do, the more you’ll welcome new challenges into your life.
Because instead of being something that holds you back…
You’ll make them into something that launches you forward.
Morning person? Night owl?
Either way, there’s an untapped fortune lying hidden in your schedule. If you’re finally ready to discover it, click right here and I’ll show you how.