The Difference Between the Professionals and the Amateurs

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Do you know what the difference is between a professional musician and someone who dabbles with the saxophone at home?

Or the difference between a pro golfer and a weekend hack?

Or the difference between an international marathon runner and some dude who can do a couple of laps of the block?

Or a masterful writer and a wannabe?

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Who Is Really Killing Your Dreams?

Very true

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Most-dreams-die-fromYour boss isn’t killing your dreams.

Neither are your parents, your partner or your kids.

The economy isn’t killing your dreams.

And you can’t blame the government.

Your standard of education or lack of opportunities isn’t killing your dreams.

And your past doesn’t need to decide your future.

Whether or not you have a great support team, coach or benefactor isn’t killing your dreams.

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Add Your Own Adjective

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Today-and-every-day-youYou can be an average office worker, or you can be a remarkable office worker.

You can be an average accountant, or you can be a phenomenal accountant.

You can be an average personal trainer, or you can be a magnificent personal trainer.

You can be an average teacher, or you can be an exceptional teacher.

You can be an average sales person, or you can be a brilliant salesperson.

You can be an average nurse, or you can be an outstanding nurse.

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10 Things 20-Something’s Should START Doing


So there’ve been all these posts lately talking about “things that 20-something’s should stop doing…” It’s easy for me to point out what people aren’t doing, but it’s probably more beneficial for us to think of things we should be doing… So here’s a list of 10 things (random and not in any particular order) that 20-somethings (this also goes for TEENAGERS, as well as those beyond their 20’s) should start doing:

1. Be a Mentor. You probably have a lot to give. You’ve been through a lot, you’ve made mistakes, and you’ve probably learned a lot of lessons. Go share that with someone who’s where you were just a few short years ago. Every Timothy needs a Paul.

2. Find a Mentor. You haven’t arrived. The things you don’t know outweigh the things you do know 10 to 1. All the successful people I know are not only…

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