Think Daily by Larry Janesky
Supply and Demand in Jobs

If a lot of people do what you do, or can do what you do, you won't get paid a lot. If you do something that creates value and is in demand, that not a lot of people do or can do, you will get paid more than other people.…

Why do we get paid?

We get paid for bringing value to the marketplace.  It takes time, but we don't get paid for the time.  We get paid for the value we bring. What you need to figure out is how to bring more value in less time.  

A crock pot, not a microwave

You don't ignore your own development everyday for years and then go to a multi-day seminar to fix it.  Personal growth is an ongoing process.  It's a habit woven into your daily schedule, over and over. Do you read, listen, learn or teach each day?

Regretting what you didn’t do

When you're old and sitting in your rocker, you're not going to say "I shouldn't have done that" so much.  More likely you'll say "I SHOULD have done _____________ and _________________". Now's the time.  What is it?


You can do anything.  You just can't do everything (at least not at once). Choose.

Telling you – flat out

Maybe I haven't said it so bluntly before, so here you go. There are almost no limits on what you can do in this world except how you think. You're the only one holding you back. Believe it.  Choose.  Go.

Personal Responsibility and Freedom

Maintaining responsibility for yourself and your family in a world that allows and sometimes even encourages dependency is the only way to maintain your freedom.  By being dependent you are sacrificing some of your freedom. Nothing is free. 

Delaying Gratification

When you were a little kid, if they gave you a marshmallow and told you that you could eat it now, or wait four minutes and get a second marshmallow, which would you have done? They studied thousands of kids in the experiment, 1/3 of which waited for a second…

Paper or plastic? Neither. BYOB!

It's not so easy.  Here's how paper and plastic stack up side by side: To make all the bags we use each year, it takes 14 million trees for paper and 12 million barrels of oil for plastic. The production of paper bags creates 70 percent more air pollution than…

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