If you need permission, you probably shouldn’t do it.

A lot of people come to me with these days with questions.

  • Do you think I should do IT?
  • Do you think I should start a Blog?
  • Do you think I should workout?
  • Do you think I should date that girl?

On the surface, it seems like they are really looking for advice, but deep down they are just lost souls — bouncing from ideas to ideas — seeking to latch onto any form of (un)confirmation they can get. These are people who don’t have a purpose and they don’t know what they want. Or more important “WHY” they want it for that matter.

It’s ok to seek input from others. But if you truly know what you want, feedback from others should NOT make a difference. If my answer to all of the above questions is NO! Then the results shouldn’t matter. Here’s why.

  1. The people that truly want to start a blog will do so anyways — regardless of whether I say YES or NO. In this case, “NO” is the right answer.
  2. The ones that listen to the “NO” and don’t do what they want to do are the bunch that don’t have a purpose. They don’t have a strong enough “WHY” and are just chasing what other people are doing — with the hope of copying success or striking gold. In this case, “NO” is the right answer.
  3. You can ask for permission all you want. But remember — no one will ever give you permission to live your dreams. It’s up to you to decide what you want and then live it.’Yes’ or ‘No’ answer from any person “including me” should not be a factor in that equation.

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