With the new year coming up, it’s time to get focused! That’s why…I’m taking a break.
I’m not going to say much but I am going to say this: I need to chill. Simple.
I have millions of ideas, goals, passions, but I realized that as soon as I get an idea, I don’t put too much thought into it. No logistics. I just throw some things together and then blast it to my audience. It be looking raggedy as hell and then I get mad when I have no real feedback. No real following base. That’s because I’m not giving you all any real substance.
And for that, I sincerely apologize.
I was always too focused on getting it out first or being original or doing something before some spooky lab steals my ideas out my head and then sells them to the highest bidder. It took me a while to realize that I have quality content inside, but I’m putting out some real android looking content (no offense, okay maybe just a little). Either way, I have decided to silence all of my working projects and go back to the drawing board. I want to focus on two or three main projects and really get them to the height I want them to be before branching off into my mini experiments.
Going into the new year:
- I really want to redo my whole entire podcast with new and original segments, and hopefully more updated equipment/editing in which I can invite guests on the show.
- I want to have set posting schedules so that my audience has something to look forward to every week and it will also offer me a bit more discipline and consistency for my brand.
- I am also working on various events that will expose me to more creatives and influencers so that I can gain more experience and an even bigger network.
I am just super excited about everything that is to come and I am working extremely hard. I appreciate the support and I hope you all stay patient because believe me, it is coming.
We think of about 60,000 thoughts per day. How terrible is it that if more than half of those thoughts result in you complaining? That’s a lot of damn complaining. When we’re living in a negative head-space it can be extremely difficult to find something not worth complaining about at least once a day. Viewing life from […]
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For the past couple of weeks or so I have found that I have gotten farther away from the likes of social media and all that comes with it. I have focused up and started writing, reading, and learning, basically setting up my dominos of life to fall into place. I have been reading this book “Tuesdays with Morrie” and it has changed my perspective on the ways I’ve been handling my life and better yet, handling myself.
- I want to be more careful: I need to treat myself with care. Mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually and everything in between. I have taken to being alone and learning how to enjoy it. Listening to the rhythms of my silence and syncing them with the rhythms of my work ethic has been a challenge but I am learning to better myself with time.
- I want to be consistent: To follow up my with work ethic, I want to deliver what I promised to myself and to the audience. I want to post great content on my blog and have my words resonate with my readers. I want to inspire others to start up their platforms and challenge themselves the way that I’m trying to do.
- I want to be brave: Another gem I stole from Tuesdays with Morrie is to immerse myself in my feelings. Whether I’m angry, in love, sad, or excited, I want to feel it all. I want to allow myself to completely indulge in my emotions without allowing them to control, or better yet, destroy me.
- I want to be free: I felt myself living with restraints. Scared to be judged and lessen my experience with the opinions of others. I want to thoroughly experience my travels. To establish and actually meet my goals head on.
“Once you learn how to die, you learn how to live.” – Morrie Schwartz