So the point of this writing experiment is to flow fluidly without inhibitions, as I write to myself, for myself.
The fact that some people may be reading this should be only a slight factor, but I have to remember that I, myself, am not an overly interesting person! I’m not oozing character and personality, so there NEEDS to be something of value here for you too.
My hope is that as I continue down this road of self-employment, I will continue to hit a few successes, which can act as a guide to you in some way. YOU are the hero in your own story; I hope my efforts guide you to become more of a hero.
Whether you’re here because you want to live your own dreams, accomplish some great goal that you feel you were put on this earth to accomplish, or simply become a better person by overcoming your various life-problems, we all draw strength and inspiration from all the sources we can, don’t we?
If someone successfully quits their job & builds an online business, or fosters a great family relationship, or gets to a better spot in their career, all these examples can be transmuted into inspiration for our own goals, whatever they may be.
The important thing is that someone tried and succeeded in some way. Life DOES get better. That’s the lesson.
I think part of it is the belief that we too can reach goals, despite setbacks and opposing forces.
As it says in one of the quotes-of-the-day today that I sent by email:
If you haven’t the strength to impose your own terms upon life, you must accept the terms it offers you. -T.S. Eliot (1888-1965)Read more https://www.happypublishing.com/blog/power-quotes/
Impose YOUR terms upon life. See where it takes you.