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Monday Motivation (for Millennials): Wake Up Like It’s Already Too Late

Tupac in studio

We all struggle with procrastination. That’s a fact.

We often disguise as “I just want to make sure that it’s right” or “I don’t want to just put anthing out there.”

If we are being honest with ourselves it’s because we are scared.  Scared of failing; scared of the embarrassment of the project falling flat.

In this video, Daniel DiPiazza talks about how having a sense of urgency is imperative.  You don’t have forever to do shit.  He uses the examples of Tupac Shakur and Malcolm X as people who acted as if they already knew their lives would be cut short…

Tupac Shakur, for example, was what you would call prolific.  He released 12 albums (10 posthomously) , starred in 8 movies and wrote 2 poetry books all before the age of 25!

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And honestly a lot of his music wasn’t that great.  But he’s not remembered for the mediocre songs that he put out.

He’s remebered for some of the most profound records of all time (‘Dear Mama‘, ‘Californai Love‘, ‘Brenda’s Got a Baby‘, etc.) arguably made the biggest impact on Hip Hop and American culture in the mid-late 90s of any pop culture figure.

He had the same 24 hours in his day that you and I have.  He just applied them to his purpose, regardless of the outcome.

As entrepreneurs, we must act with a sense of urgency at all time if we want to build the moment needed to achieve big things.

 

What project or projects have you been procastinating on?  And what is the first that you need to take to get tings started?  Leave us know in the comments below.

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Bryan McNeil-Walker

Bryan "Don Suave '" McNeil-Walker is a marketing strategist and music producer. Through his digital marketing agency Alavon365, Bryan has generated over a million dollars in revenue for his small business clients. Coming from a musical family, (his father was lead saxophone player for Rock and Roll pioneer Little Richard) Bryan has always had a rare talent for making music. Along his journey he found that artists like him who have a disdain for the music industry have to master marketing as a necessity. His passion has lead to falling in love with marketing and coming up with the S.A.M. Method; a digital marketing framework that any creative entrepreneur or business owner can use to grow their business. Bryan is also co-founder of Uncord Technologies which has built an order ahead app for food trucks.