I love music. I specifically love old school music. Mainly from the 80s. Hip hop, pop, rock. . .most of the music from that decade was fun and energizing. I've created a playlist with some of the songs from that time period (some are more recent) that I listen to when I'm working. They help motivate me to get my day started and keep me productive. Although I have to admit, I do have the urge to get up and dance every now and then.
It's no coincidence that this list has song titles that entrepreneurs can relate to. . . Enjoy!
I saw a post on Instagram the other day that said: "We're getting too old to be telling folks who know what they did wrong, that they did something wrong. Let them go and move on." At first I thought that was kind of harsh and then I thought about it. . . .how many times have you forgiven someone or let something slide that someone did or said to you but they never apologized for their behavior?
It's happened to me quite a few times AND whenever I mentioned the behavior to the person in question they managed to find a way to make themselves the victim.
I can't deal with people like that. Seriously. I believe in owning your mistakes, taking responsibility, apologizing and working to making things better.
But there are some people who will NEVER admit they are wrong nor do they feel like they should have to apologize because you were "in your feelings". Having those type of people in your life will always be the source of conflict and frustration, which will distract you from your goals.
So yeah, I totally agree with that post- Let 'Em Go. Move On.
Sometimes moving on from something is easier said than done. Often we allow fear to hold us back and sometimes it's simply because we've gotten comfortable and we're too lazy to do the work it will take to start over.
As I get older, I've learned that something better is always waiting if you just unclench your fingers and let go of things that no longer serve a purpose in your life.
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