Starting a project is easy. Consistently working on one after the initial energy has faded? Much more difficult.
My experience learning the language by building a small package.
It's so easy as a developer to dismiss the idea of learning no-code tools. After all, you know how to code, why spend time learning tools designed for those who can't?
Our days are filled with little decisions, problems where it's just not worth searching for the optimal solution. Yet we waste time digging into the details, anyway.
Let's break it down and see how you only need 99 people's support for your side hustle to make a drastic change to your life.
I'm starting from zero with no audience, no businesses, no published projects or big ideas. Putting a line in the sand to look back on, no excuses.
Your piece may be bad. The topic may be over done. It may get ignored. But for the chance your words resonate with someone, write.
We've all done it. You're scrolling through your phone, long past the "just a second" that you told yourself, when it hits you. Time Limit.
Ask yourself, "What did I do today that pushed me towards my long term goals?"
Don't lose your tether to the original goal
There are two versions of your life: the one you are living in & the one you dream about.
A quick list to know you are doing everything you can to endear yourself to your teammates on Slack.