54 – Stability

Are you standing firm? Or are your feet on shaky ground? Find the balance and see how stability can make a huge difference in your business and in life.


Sometimes in life we need training wheels

In this episode:

00:52 – 10 days in Vegas
03:04 – Solid and supportive
03:22 – What upbringing has to do with it
04:46 – The true cost of travel
05:53 – What emotional stability really means
06:13 – Stability in partnerships
07:24 – Why some people are not stable
08:31 – Finding balance through routine
09:41 – How stability lets you swing further
10:57 – Be clear about your baseline
11:58 – The returns of a stable income
13:56 – What stability does for relationships
15:23 – How to say “no” to the new & shiny
18:11 – Keep moving that train
19:47 – James’s literary goal
22:18 – Weekly Wager – Identify instability
23:06 – News and updates
25:28 – Give your feedback
25:59 – Think About It quotes



Routines create stability. [Click To Tweet].
Can you be too stable? [Click To Tweet].
Build your house on a rock. [Click To Tweet].
Just move your train down the track. [Click To Tweet].
More ability? You require less stability. [Click To Tweet].


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  1. Your comment about travel being a destabilizing factor struck a chord with me. I’m self-employed in the ecommerce space. I spend at least of a third of my days away from home and office. As much as I enjoy the spontaneity, flexibility and freedom of the entrepreneurial lifestyle, I struggle to follow through and complete complex projects because of the lack of stability from a routine schedule.

    I’ve recently hired a full-time VA to handle my non-critical routine tasks. We’re still in the training mode, but already I’m feeling a lift from the burden of having to play “catch-up” when I arrive home from travel. The new challenge here is letting go of managing and control of these tasks that I have delegated to the VA.

  2. Guys: REALLY, really miss this podcast! Ezra, you alive? LOL

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