Exit the Webinar

I just exited the window of the webinar I had signed up for. It was 3 minutes in.

The webinar was all about how to make 2017 your “best year ever” through productivity, meeting your goals, and sundry other fun things we like to temporarily commit to.

I stopped because my life is a full glass of wine, and if I pour any more in there, it’s just going to spill over the top and make a mess on the carpet.

I know what I need to do in 2017, and even this month. Learn 100 Korean phrases in preparation for my move to Ulsan, get my first coaching client for my fledgling but precious coaching business I’ve created.

I don’t need another webinar. I don’t need another informational interview with a business coach (actually, the last coach was particularly discerning and refused to give me more than 2 coaching book recommendations, because he perceived I was already equipped and just looking for an excuse to put off action).

“Things get done by doing them.” -James Altucher

So, I’m going to watch another episode of Black Mirror (it’s a weird show, and I’m surprised I’m interested) while I wait to go on my yacht party for this conference I’m at.

I don’t usually go to yacht parties, but when I’m invited to a yacht party, I typically accept the invitation.

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