But here's the super weird (and 100% counterintuitive) thing I've learned in the last 5 years in business; 'the lazy version of me has more success than the 300mph version'.
I know, it sounds absolutely bat-shit crazy, but I promise you it's true.
Anytime I try to find a shortcut, cheat the system or circumvent the natural order of what you 'should' be doing things work out far better than the times I plan every detail, follow pre-defined systems for success and take my time.
It doesn't matter what it is.
The best thing about the whole 'lazy' side of me is that it pushes me forward faster than the workaholic version and without the emotional kickbacks.
The lazy side of me has me launching before I'm ready, churning out content without checking for spelling mistakes and saying yes to the strangest opportunities all of which magically work out...