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Blog posted on: October 14, 2005
What the F&$k?
Nev, that’s a very nice reminder. I am currently working on a project and must constantly remind myself to also think big.
Hope everything is going well with you. Oh, good job meeting Gary Kusin, he seems like an amazing person!
you must to remember huh?
Definitely think big, but also don’t forget about the little things like short term goals…you better hit that deadline you have tomorrow!
Dave’s Journey to Financial Freedom
Think big? Like the 300 or so bucks you made from that square on your site?
I am finding something interesting in the commentors to this blog- Some people tear Neville up for every single post!
Why do some people find it so hard to suspend judgement on each and every thing they encounter everyday- don’t they ever get tired?
BUT –Germans say, “Der Teufel steckt im Detail.”
The Devil is in the details.
Think Big and the details will take care of themselves.
I like what Peter Lynch says in his book, “Beating the Street”
There is the Big Picture, and then there is the Even Bigger Picture.
“Think Big and the details will take care of themselves.”
Yeah…ask Hitler how that worked out for him.
Love your site! I am also trying to “think big” for my financial future. I like this site for credit advice and this site for financial advice.
” Think Big and the details will take care of themselves.”
That just doesn’t happen. I’m not saying don’t think big. I’m saying don’t forget about the details – as those can break you (think taxes for a small business)
I guess these little motovational slogans work for some people, but personally, i’ve never seen the value in them.
If you want to do something worthwhile, I think you’re better off spending time working towards the goal, rather than getting sidetracked into making slogans for the purpose of convincing yourself you can reach your goal.
Keep thinking big, Nev!!!! Congrats on all your accomplishments so far and all your future accomplishments as well since I have no doubt that you will meet them.
You are negative. You should at least learn to spell “motivational” (not motovational). Also, it is “I’ve” (not i’ve).
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