Do you feel the need to constantly share your dreams, desires, or your progress with others? Do you feel like you aren’t making any real progress because you are too busy talking about what you wish to accomplish instead of taking action to reach your goals? The time has come to try something new – Work in silence! Working in silence means keeping your head down and focusing on your goals without the need for external validation or recognition. It means putting in the hard work and effort without seeking approval or praise from others. Working in silence eliminates distractions and allows you to concentrate fully. External negative energy can kill your idea. It can stop you in your tracks and prevent you from even considering what might be.

The development of the next best thing, is now gone because according to the external forces, it no longer make sense., it’s no longer needed. Everything you were planning to do is now a distant memory. It’s gone.  Why?  Because you decided to ask your friends, your cousin, or your partner what they thought about something you were considering. It was something you were looking forward to and now that you have shared it, all of the energy is gone.  Now that it’s been evaluated, it has changed and moved into the dumbest idea in the world pile. The idea is still in the atmosphere, in your mind, but you won’t be completing it. Someone else will. Did you know that Michael Jackson would work in silence because he was afraid that God would bless Prince with the next big hit?

Let’s be like Mike. Let’s temporarily button our lips and work in silence. By doing so, you can achieve all of the things that you want without anyone telling you that it’s impossible. You don’t need to tell the world what you’re doing – just do it and see what happens. To help you along I have created The Fixing Fathers Ten Advantages of working in silence.

  1. Focus: Working in silence helps you to focus on the task at hand without any distractions.

  2. Productivity: Without the need for external validation, you can be more productive and get more work done.

  3. Self-motivation: When you work in silence, you rely on yourself for motivation and inspiration, which strengthens your self-discipline.

  4. Avoiding criticism: Working silently eliminates the fear of criticism from others, allowing you to take more risks and be more creative.

  5. Time management: By eliminating distractions, working in silence allows you to manage your time better and accomplish tasks faster.

  6. Quality work: With greater concentration comes higher quality work that is free from mistakes and oversights.

  7. Confidence building: Accomplishing tasks through silent work builds confidence and self-assurance as it proves that one’s ability to complete a task doesn’t depend on external factors such as praise or recognition.

  8. Mental clarity: Silent work helps clear the mind of clutter and negative thoughts which often leads to better decision-making abilities.

  9. Goal setting: In silence, one can set clear goals with a better understanding of what they want to achieve.

  10. Personal growth: Working silently allows one to tap into their innermost thoughts and feelings leading to personal growth and development.

Remember, keep working hard towards your goals and don’t let anyone discourage you. Work hard in silence and let your success speak for itself.