Well this has been a crazy week.
Louis - the founder of Oxygen - shared The Lab Report (my newsletter) inside the Oxygen group, and let's just say I have a few new faces on my subscriber list now.
(P.S. if you want to read any past issues of The Lab Report, you can find them all here).
But you wanna know the craziest part?
I was SO close to not publishing a newsletter last weekend.
Feeling a little burnt out from the week, I was standing against the wall trying to decide what to do.
I told my girlfriend, "I can either make myself a tea and try to hack away at it, or just skip this week and get back at it next weekend."
Seeing my current state, she said "just skip it." But I didn't want to break the habit, so I decided to do it anyways. I'm obviously now really glad I did.
Which reminds me...
You know when you come across a new concept, and then start to notice it more and more in real life?
A few months back I heard someone say "growth isn't always linear."
It makes total sense, but it isn't normally how we naturally respond to things.
Take a look at my subscriber count for example (this is over the course of 4 months):
When you look at the big picture, you're like "great, you've made significant progress."
But during the day-to-day, it can be frustrating when things don't feel like they've changed from the day before.
Sometimes consistency matters more than anything.
Is there anything you're working where you know you're following the right process, but haven't seen the results just yet?
Let me know in the comments section below 🙂