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Wouldn't it be nice if you could get someone else to do allof the things that you either don't have time for, don'tknow how to do, or just plain don't want to do? Ah... justthink of it: "Jeeves, could you run this over to theprinter? I've got a dinner date", "Jeeves, would you pleasewrite this proposal? It has to be out tomorrow and I'm justtoo tired to deal with it", "Jeeves, my customer needs thisproduct right now and it's a one hour drive each way; wouldyou please deliver it? I've got other things to do and itis crucial that he gets what he needs on time?", "Jeeves,would you please pick up the cleaning and empty thewastebaskets?"WAKE UP! I can tell that you have glazed over in thiswonderful fantasy! Until you're well on your way and youcan afford Jeeves, you are going to have to do all thisstuff yourself, so remember that you have to be willing todo "Whatever It Takes" if you are going to be successful.And you have to do it with a smile, because it goes with theterritory.Have you ever seen a one-man band? I'm not talkingmetaphorically; I mean a real one-man band. Dick Van Dykedid it in the opening scene of Mary Poppins, and did it verywell. Small cymbals between his knees, harmonica propped upfront of his mouth, bulb horn attached to his chest so thatthe bulb can be squeezed with his chin, playing a squeezebox with his hands. That's not all... a drum with largecymbals is strapped to his back, with cords attached to eachleg; one leg operates the mallet that beats the drum, theother operates the cymbals. Suppose he didn't like the drumbecause it was too heavy and he couldn't afford to hire adrummer? If he decided to get rid of the drum his music andhis appeal would suffer. His whole act would be down thetubes. If he wants to succeed, he is just going to have tocarry that drum around whether he likes it or not. As soonas he starts making enough money, he can hire a drummer;heck he can hire a whole band and just carry a baton insteadof all of that paraphernalia!We as home-based or small business folk are one-man (orwoman) bands, too. At first, we have to do it all if wewant the best outcome possible. And even when we can affordto have an assistant, sometimes things have to be done afterhours or at a time when that person is sick, on vacation, orbusy with something else. When you have the"Whatever-It-Takes" attitude, you don't question it, youdon't whine, and you don't put it off; you just do it.Successful people have the "whatever-it-takes" attitudebecause they are more interested in the long-term gain thanthe short-term pain.So get out there and do whatever it takes to be successful.And you will be.