No One Can Want It For You

 Other people’s problems often seem easy to solve.  But when grappling with our own, many of us struggle.  Studies tell us that phenomenon is because “other people’s problems” seem more like a puzzle to solve.  It’s not too personal.  So we can look at it and see a solution. But as you know, seeing a solution is not the solution. Most of us know what we should do.  Or at least, we know “the next thing” we should do.  We have an idea of how to solve the puzzle.  Or we have friends and family that can advise us on how to do it.  We know what we should do.  We know what we can do. But what WILL you do? It’s why one of my favorite quotes is “The greatest distance in the world is the distance between “I know” and “I do.” Other people can help you create a plan.  But only you can “want it.”  Only you can decide.  Only you can make it happen. Figure out the next thing.  Go.  Do.  Today. 

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Written by: Kirby Hasseman

Kirby Hasseman is the CEO of Hasseman Marketing & Communications. Kirby hosts a weekly Web show called Delivering Marketing Joy where he interviews business leaders from around the country. Kirby has published four books. His most recent is “Fan of Happy.” His book, called "Delivering Marketing Joy" is about doing “promo right” and is perfect for people in the industry and customers. He also wrote “Think Big For Small Business” and “Give Your Way to Success. All are available on Amazon.