By Vishaal Patel

Here's an excellent refresher on the things you should focus on if you're serious about creating success. Note the word: creating. Success doesn't just happen. You work for it. You work, iterate, fail, rinse, and repeat. Eventually, you'll hit a launching pad and you'll make it, no matter what you niche is. Chase Jarvis does a great job to extract the most vital (and simple) items to put your attention toward. My favorite has to be the first thing he mentions:

1. Get shit done.
Over-thinking, pontificating, and wondering are tools for the slacker. People don’t care what almost happened, or what your problems are or why something wasn’t. They care about what is, and what will be. That requires actually making stuff happen. Pros do, make, ship, send, publish, post and deliver; amateurs sit around and wonder, or worse, scratch their arse.

I strongly encourage you add this article to your weekend reading. I'm sure you will not regret it. As always, be sure to share it with your friends. 

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