Do Something Meaningful

“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”

Benjamin Franklin

What does a typical day look like for you?.

What is the first thing you do when you wake up? (Do you leap out of bed, or reluctantly crawl out?)

Do you go to school? Perhaps you go to your day job? (Where is your focus?)

Who do you spend the most time with?

(We usually spend more time with the people we work with than the people we choose as friends)

What do you do after work? (TV? Go out for drinks?)

Show me someone’s routines, and I’ll show you how far they get in life.

How we embrace each day can show us how in tune we are in life.

Dreams are easy to think up, but hard to make real. But that doesn’t mean our dreams are impossible.

It’s easier to be negative than pursue a life of positivity and abundance.

I’ve been in a rut the last couple of weeks, I’m sure the quality and length of my daily writings have reflected that.

I️ wake up feeling like I’m not where I️ want to be yet. (You could argue that’s a good thing. The feeling of dissatisfaction is used as a driving force to want to change.) I’m not writing enough. I’m not honing my music and songwriting skills enough… I’m not dividing my time appropriately… on and on ad infinity.

The question is, what is my next move?

What do I️ need to do to unstuck myself?

‘Do something worth writing’

Writing skills not there yet? Keep writing.

Podcasting not there yet? Keep podcasting.

Music not there yet? Keep practicing.

Keep experimenting and being curious about the world.

Do I­t­ for yourself and for others like you.

If you are only doing things for yourself, your scope of life isn’t big enough yet.

We don’t reach mastery in a single day. We arrive at mastery with daily actions.

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing— Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1638

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