if a genie could snap their fingers and give you 500 hours to spend on anything, what would you use it for?
Confusing the tracking of habits as being enough to build them.
There's only so much time you can spend looking for shortcuts or trying to learn more before you need to buckle down and get your hands dirty.
Desiring to be creative, but defaulting to consuming content to the extreme.
A project person that can't seem to ship ideas.
Only YOU can see the perfect vision in your imagination. Everyone else can only see what you've published, good or bad.
Over 9 months ago, I set out with a simple task: paint a 3-D printed Halo Pelican I was gifted. Do I have any experience painting miniatures? Tons, and none.
A college degree takes 4 years, a year or more to write a book, 10 years at the DMV. Facts...or are they? Life has no speed limits, so why treat them as laws?
My Year in Review for 25. Ups, downs, and sideways.
A personal theme for my year of 26 to guide me to a fulfilling year.
"If more information was the answer, then we'd all be billionaires with perfect abs."
Starting a project is easy. Consistently working on one after the initial energy has faded? Much more difficult.
This is a snapshot in time of the productivity system I use: what it is, where it came from, and where it might go.
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.
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.
Ask yourself, "What did I do today that pushed me towards my long term goals?"
There are two versions of your life: the one you are living in & the one you dream about.