What's Your Excuse Now?

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My assistant is home schooling her 6 year old son and he often is in the same room as her while she works.

The other day he put this together (with her help):
Nick's Bat Boxes |

Check it out - it's a good laugh.

But, maybe it's bigger than that.

I mean if a 6 year old boy can do all that - why can't you?

Is it your fear of rejection?

Is it your need for "one more thing"?

or are you just afraid to tell that little voice in your head to shut the hell up while you get to work.

BTW, the video is a joke, but the Paypal button isn't.

Anyone care to guess what he's made so far?


PS: The lesson - take action, even imperfect action, and see what happens.
  • Profile picture of the author Greg Ray
    Very nice, Tim - it is all about choosing a direction and taking action!
    Kindest regards,

    Greg Ray

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  • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
    Originally Posted by TimCastleman View Post

    Anyone care to guess what he's made so far?
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    Comparing apples to oranges really, the kid was coached into what to say, making money online is not as easy as making a video for fun

    You may give people the wrong idea, and they may go out and make $639,987 and 32 cents by pushing one button of a software :p
    " I knew that if I failed, I wouldn't regret that.
    But I knew the one thing I might regret is not ever having tried. "

    ~ Jeff Bezos

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  • Profile picture of the author TravisO
    Also, it's all about enjoying yourself. Who cares, you have money with you.
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