Will I be using the ‘Don’t Break The Chain’ method?

Yesterday I posted the Vlog with the thumbnail that said ‘no excuses’ and today I spent, pretty much, the whole day with my dad in the emergency department of the hospital. Now I think everything is okay, this is with my dad. And you know it’s funny, as soon as I put something like that out there in the world, something comes up and goes – yes there are excuses! There’s always gonna be excuses and very valid excuses why you can’t get things done. I think you just gotta accept that, and you know, because that’s life, that’s what life is. But I want to include this moving forward, the ‘don’t break the chain’ method. I want to have a little tally at the bottom of my description to see what things I’m succeeding at, and what things I’m not. And hopefully that will be a useful tool for me, to try and motivate me to ‘not break the chain’ and keep going with all the things that I want to be doing.

Fork In The Road – A Midlife Career Pivot Experiment

Midlife career pivoter Andy Marshall subjects himself to weekly, strategies, tips and hacks from self-help podcasters in a real time experiment to discover his ‘what the hell do I do next?

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