[The Startup Daily] #51: Are You On The Deferred Life Plan?

It's easy to convince yourself that you just need X before you can really start doing what you want.  X can be money, can be experience, can be a status, but X is never necessary.

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The Startup Daily
Volume 51
03/11/2011

Are You On The Deferred Life Plan?

The deferred life plan is doing what you have to do today so that someday you will be able to do what you really want to do.

The problem is that most people will work hard their whole lives and never get past that first step.

Don’t Sacrifice Your Life to Make a Living

Ask yourself “what are you willing to do for the rest of your life?” In entrepreneurship and in life, the journey is the reward.

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The Monk and the Riddle: The Art of Creating a Life While Making a Living by Randy Komisar is one of those books that prompts you to take a step back and take a long hard look your priorities. The author uses his real world experiences and applies them to a fictional case study to teach important lessons about life and entrepreneurship.

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