I almost forgot this today. It’s embarrassing. I’ve just had a lot going on. I wanted to make sure I lived up to my example, and ultimately, that is my message to you!
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Welcome back to real investing. This is Tim Herriage. Thank you for swinging back by. So today is going to be a little different. What we’re going to talk about today is holding yourself accountable. It’s been one of those weeks. We all have them got a little behind, missed some things, had some family things get in the way, and just got behind. Just didn’t upload the podcast. So we’ve been going daily for like, gosh, it’s 32 days in a row now or 33. And I’m proud of that because consistency is key in living up to your commitments is key. So it is [8:42] Friday night, August 19th. My families in the other room watching a movie. I told him I needed a couple of minutes to come in here and record a podcast.
So I’m not going to answer a question tonight. I’m actually just going to tell you I feel this is one of those things that’s always made me successful. And I think it’s one of those things that’ll make you successful. You got to live up to your commitments, your commitments to yourself, your commitments to your family, your commitments to your religion, and your commitments to your business. Because as an entrepreneur, all too often, I use the baseball analogy. If you want to be an entrepreneur, you’re the pitcher. Every play has to start with you. If you don’t throw the ball, there’s never a game. And ultimately most of the time, you’re one of the last people to touch the ball. So that’s the lesson tonight. That’s the topic. That’s what I have to share. I am going to record some more questions tomorrow, but in order to keep the daily commitment going in order to hold up to my end of the bargain, I came and sat down in my office to give a couple of minutes of just information to you.
So if you’re listening to this on Friday, August 19th, you’ve got about 12 hours to get some questions in. If you submit a question tonight, I’ll make it one of the first ones that I record tomorrow. So I’m going to do about 10 days worth of podcast tomorrow because I’m heading off to Kent Clothier’s boardroom mastermind next week. And then I have the million-dollar meeting the week after.
So if you have any questions hop on over to, ihavelunchmoney.com, submit your question. I’ll do my best to get to it. And I just really appreciate you guys listening. So if you’re still listening, I mean this, when I say it, please go give me a review. It’s been a long time since we’ve had good reviews, not good reviews, interviews. So click on the five star, write down and write a review, and actually type the review that will help me.
So hopefully these help you. And if you’re listening to this, please help me. So that’s all for not ihavelunchmoney.com hop on over, pop into question. And just like tonight, you have my word. I’ll see you tomorrow.
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