Do Hard Things

I’m sitting here in the Pocatello regional airport and as my wife and I were walking into the building,

…I was noticing the symmetric architecture, feeling grateful for the lush oriental gardens and thinking about how, while putting it all together probably wasn’t easy, the brains behind it all were likely well-compensated for their efforts.

In a world that’s so rapidly advancing with technology like machine learning and artificial intelligence it’s clear to see that tasks that are easy to do, will be the first to be replaced with machines and software.

The lesson?

If you want to keep earnings high, and ensure your skills continue to have demand and relevance in the marketplace, learn to do hard things.

  • Patience to ask questions, express interest and develop relationships with people
  • Communicating effectively via video
  • The challenge to crystallize a vision that’s worth crusading for, and then becoming the man or woman who can bring that vision into reality

All hard things, for most people.

But hard things, tend to carry the greatest rewards don’t they?

Learn to do hard things.

PS – ‘That which we persist in doing becomes easier to do, not that the nature of the thing has changed but that our power to do has increased.’

Thanks for stopping by and whatever you do, always go for your dreams,

Paul Hutchings

Paul Hutchings

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