4 Ways to Completely Dominate Your 2014
Heck yeah, time for more end-of-year resolution type stuff. I’ve done a lot of thinking and I think if you do any one of these, you’ll go a long way towards dominating 2014 in the face. If you pull off all four, you’re guaranteed to kick some serious ass. Here are my four recommendations with my personal Lance examples.
I think we can all pretty much agree, if you’re reading this website regularly, you’re a creative guy and a go-getter. My first piece of advice is to map out a super cool creative project and launch it. Take can be anything, from a blog to a website to writing a book to launching an online business.
My creative project for 2014 is to launch an online business that’s well monetized and bringing me residual income. I have a little secret also… I want to write a book so I’m in the planning stages for that also.
Stoke those creative fires. Start something you’re passionate about and tap into your inner muse.
This is actually related to number 1 above, but find a niche or skill to develop to an expert level. If you’re into online marketing, become an expert at it. If you’re studying social arts, become the best damned pickup artist in 2014.
Experts have a lot of opportunities in life and you can really go anywhere you want with your expertise. You can flip it into a new job or start your business with it.
For my expertise, I want to get to a beast mode level with search engine optimization.
I think this one is the hardest because it’s a bitch to find someone willing and qualified to mentor, but if you can pull it off it may be the single biggest factor to your creative, financial, and life success. Scoring a good mentor is like making off with a treasure chest of gold, it’s that valuable. I’m currently looking for a business mentor right now. So if you know anyone…
A mentor can be related to #1 and #2 above, and may be instrumental in helping you become an expert.
I’ve been with a kickass girlfriend for a half year now and I’m actively going to improve that relationship. That means I’ll put work, time, creativity, and energy into it, as opposed to just floating along and playing it cool like a lot of my past relationships. How’s that for a resolution?
Your key relationship might be a parent, brother or sister, or friend. Heck, it might even be a business relationship. Map out a plan for what you want out of the relationship and how to get there, and then execute it. That key relationship will help you dominate your 2014.
Let’s get pumped for a new year!
About Lance Lance is a tech geek by day, social artist and fitness enthusiast by night. He specializes in relationships in real life situations, such as workplace and in business, and his goal is to create high value social circles filled with opportunity. For more on his dating and relationship perspective, check out his blog honeyandlance.com