Part two of “If it is to be it is up to me”
So you have decided. You want to be more healthy, lose weight, heal an old (or new) wound, make more money or . . . whatever. So what is next.
Make a plan, silly!
A realistic one, with short term and long term goals, contingencies, etc. How are you going to get from where you are to where you want to be? Do you need some education? Certifications? Business license?
Be prepared to modify your plan. Maybe the goal changes. What if what you are trying to use to get to your goal isn’t working. Something major and unanticipated changes in your life while you are on your way.
If what you are trying isn’t working, don’t waste time trying to force it. Find another way.
Above all, be persistent.
The only way to fail at anything is to quit trying. If you are always working towards your goal you can never fail (note: “never fail” does not apply to United States Congress Critters who are by definition total failures. The only exception to this note are those elected officials who are actually doing their job and representing the wishes of the people.) Never ever give up.
Most people have read and / or heard all of this advice before, and most will do absolutely nothing with it. That is the difference between someone who lives and someone who exists. Do something with the knowledge presented to you. Make a difference in your own life and the lives of others.
Wait a minute, it is late. Never mind that last part. Wake up in the morning.
I have been busy talking with patent people and license manufacturers. To do something with my ideas I will have to get one into production and make some money. Then I will be able to finance the rest of them myself. No more freebies! Documenting every thing and building working prototypes is time consuming and exhausting, but I am doing it. You can too.
Just remember, If It Is To Be It Is Up To Me!