Right now I'm in this phase where "I want to learn it all now and do it now" - from internet marketing, to self-development, NLP, to reading 3-4 books.
You know that feeling... where you feel as though if you "just get through as fast as possible you'll be able to get to the next task." Soon you find yourself not learning anything or not getting the full value from what you read or participated in (ie. reading a book, signing up for some program, etc).
You then tell yourself, "Ah well, guess that wasn't for me since it didn't work." Then the next shiny thing comes along and you jump on that one.
So here are some questions for you...
1) what did (and do) you do to keep your focus? How did you find out exactly what you liked and what was the moment when that occurred?
2) Currently I'm reading 3-4 books non-fiction (some related, some not). I'm wondering if anybody else does this and if so how they managed to get the most out of what they're reading to apply it? Also feel free to chime in if you feel it's not a good idea to do this and provide your reasoning.
3) Do you feel as though having a "positive attitude" or "positive outlook/mentality" is an ingredient for success or is it just another way to fool yourself from reality?