Episode 15: How to execute at pace

How to execute at pace.

Welcome to the Self-Performance Strategies Podcast.

​Main quote:

"Ideas are easy. It's the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats."

-Sue Grafton

Main takeaways:

Something that takes many people a long time to learn

(me included)

Is that you've got to execute at pace.

You've got to execute at pace because it allows you to get feedback much faster.

You can pivot

You can adjust

You can go again

Way too many people have made up excuses in their minds why things won't work and never validate them.

But I've got to ask you this quick question...

When's the last time an idea in your mind paid your bills?


How do you execute at pace?

It is helpful to have several mental models that help you take action.

The one I have found extremely helpful in life is:


A simple three-step loop you use to keep executing and creating results.


"Everything is a test."

-Terry Pratchett

One of the most critical parts of a success journey is seeing everything as a test.

Your pride or ego might take failure and defeat more personally when first starting out.

It is key to get over this quickly and see everything as one giant feedback loop.


"It is not that I'm so smart. But I stay with the questions much longer."

-Albert Einstein

Never stop learning when you put content out, do work, or complete a project.

Look for the wins; look for the areas you could improve.

Working like this gives you ideas and fuel for your next test.

You tap into the power of continuous improvement and momentum.


"Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything."

-George Bernard Shaw

The final part of this model is adaptation.

Take what you have learned from your test and pivot with what you think will be an improvement.

You won't always get positive results.

But you will get results, and with this model, results are all that matter.

​Now go out and test-learn-adapt yourself to success.

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