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Imagine creating a work of art or building a business empire that becomes an essential part of the world long after you’re gone.
It’s not an uncommon dream, but the reality of making it happen is much different. There’s nothing glamorous about the daily grind that goes into creating something that lasts.People claim to want to do something that matters, yet they measure themselves against things that don’t. @RyanHoliday Click To Tweet
But somehow, sagas like Star Wars keep being made. Legends like Ella Fitzgerald record over 200 albums and around 2,000 songs during a 50-plus-year career. So, how did they do it?
Ryan Holiday has written an entire book on the subject called Perennial Seller, so if you’ve ever dreamt of making something that lasts a lifetime, this can help. On this MarieTV we talk about what it means to take the long view of success and so much more, including:
- The one superpower to develop if you plan to complete a big project.
- Ryan’s unexpected gratitude practice (it’s definitely not what you think).
- What his new cows — yes, cows 🐮 — taught him about patience.
- How having a child has actually made him more productive, and the method you can use regardless of whether or not you have kids.
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Grab your notebook because Ryan has a lot to share on what it means to create work that lasts a lifetime.
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Moral of the story: nearly everyone who’s ever created something remarkable took a long time to get there.
You have that same power within you. Keep on keepin’ on and you will get there.
All my love,