As I am getting things set for my May 1st launch (first interview with Lon Safko) I begin to realize something: interviews just don’t always go as planned. This got me thinking, “Why should I even limit the conversation to 10 repeatable questions when I could be seizing the moment to ask anything I want?” So I am not going to follow my original 10-question interview plan. This means that each blog will be different. The questions will vary from the conversations I am having with my interviewees. They will all relate to the same topic, but will still be unique to the interviewees. This is going to be a learning process, not only for myself, but for everyone else out there reading. We will all learn together. I will be sharing this information for you all to take-in and run with for yourselves to help you fulfill your own personal goals. In fact, a couple of my buddies in class have already started this process. They are blogging and creating online resumes. Great! So happy for them.
That being said, let’s get one thing straight: You are all capable of more than you think. Do not let anyone ever tell you different. If you have a vision of who you want to be, take that vision and start right now. Do not limit yourself to “good enough.” You are better than that. Be who you are and never stop believing in yourself.