How do we learn to tell the difference between a good idea and a bad idea?
What works, especially as a blogger, an entrepreneur, a video producer or an influencer?
How do we tell the difference between temptation in something that seems like a really good idea today, but tomorrow we will wish we hadn't done it, versus an idea that truly adds value and that we will look back on and say, "I'm really glad I did that."
TEMPTATION vs INSPIRATION! How to Tell the Difference?
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This idea I recently had, was another great idea.
My great idea was to start running a contest on my YouTube channel where I would give $20 away on every single video.
I'm not doing that because this idea did not pass the system I'm giving you here today, which I also just came up with after having made the mistake a bunch of times already.
How do we differentiate temptation versus inspiration?
Maybe that should be the title.
"How do we tell the difference between temptation and inspiration?"
Here's the difference.
Read more on my website at https://jerrybanfield.com/temptation-vs-inspiration/.