The challenge in thinking long-term is that it usually hurts in the short-term. Priorities and responsibilities shift, hurting day to day success.
But if you don’t disrupt the normal state of flow and provoke change, trading instant gratification for a bit of extra stress, you will undoubtedly suffer mediocrity and then implode. This goes for business and in life.
As I turn 30 today I recognize that time is running out. I feel pressured to do something historical right now. But I’m still building, pushing to identify my strengths and carry out my dreams. Luck has a tendency to meet you halfway if you’re willing to put in the work.
Phase 2 begins now.