If a complete stranger approached you asking for your information, would you give it to them? Chances are you wouldn’t, yet across the world we find ourselves giving out contact information in fear of “being rude”. Why do something you have no genuine interest in doing?
If you don’t want to do something, don’t do it. Don’t partake in things just because everyone thinks you should, do things because you want to. The more time you feel that you’ve wasted on a particular task, the less interesting it becomes. In addition to this, chances are you are wasting your time, along with someone else’s, as these two tend to be “mutually exclusive”.
Find something that you would love to do, don’t waste time searching for your only true love. There are millions of distractions in the world, which has an affect on the way we think and feel. Instead of loving one thing, we can love hundreds of things equally. Just pick one and move on, you can always change (again) later.
The world is in your hands, literally. Generations of the past didn’t have access to information like we do, which can be good or bad. The good is that anything you want to learn, or do is relatively accessible to you with the snap of a finger. The bad is that there is an overload of information making it easier for us to change our thoughts instantaneously.
Patience is key. The higher you climb, the harder it becomes to breath. This road is long, and potentially lonely. Find ways to remind yourself of the vision, write in a diary, put messages in your home, tattoo yourself, anything! The longer you work on a project, the higher your chances are of drifting away from the original cause. Additionally, if you hire, grow, or scale you have added new opinions into the mix. This is particularly dangerous because the people you bring on board may not know the original mission, their advice is purely situational, and little by little can push you away from the original goal.
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