I see too many business peeps who’re up one day, down the next. Hot, then cold.
One minute they’re optimistic, full of energy, putting in serious work; next time you talk to ’em, they’ve all but quit.
Like, what the hell, Billy? How much could possibly change in 17 hours?
Here’s the thing: you have to avoid emotional extremes. You can’t get too high or too low.
On a scale of one to ten, I like to keep my attitude and output at about a six or seven. A pace I can keep day after day. Never giddy, never grumpy; never sprinting, never walking. Ya know?
Millionaires tend to keep an even keel. Broke-asses tend to be all over the place. What about you? If you need more stability, try this.