If you are like me, the fun of summer weather can be a distraction from wanting to work towards your goals. Finding your motivation is nearly impossible when sobering up after a long weekend of fun in the sun.
Those long weeks of working on your passion projects must not go to waste! There is a light at the end of the tunnel, and the light is you finished project!
Taking the first step to living the life that you want, and pursuing your passions is monumental. The decision is one that asks of you: “Can you sustain these changes? Will you give up and go back to your old way of living?”
These are questions that can keep you awake at night. For me, the best way to get past those moments is to focus on day-to-day tasks. Focusing on keeping the creative juices flowing is what shifts my focus to things that are within my locus of control.
Here are my ideas for how to keep your fresh ideas flowing, so that you can further the continuation of your passion projects:
The creative process is one that can be piloted with ease by some, but prove to elude others. There are times when the end of a project cannot come fast enough, and the creative process drags on and on.
Here are four observations about the creative process that will allow you to see things in a different light, and hopefully to improve in the way that you start and finish your passion projects.
#3 You fantasize about revenge on people who have wronged you.
Holding on to anger and resentment is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. Let go of the things that are keeping you in the past. If you must leave your job/industry to properly pursue your passion in order to fix your life, you have to take positive action to make it happen or else you will be adding names to your list of enemies for a long time to come.
The transition into a life where you pursue your passions can be difficult. These 5 ways to balance your family life will assist you in overcoming the growing pains with these changes.
My to do lists are no exception. I love to do lists because of the endorphin I get from crossing the completed item off my list. I also save my to-do lists once I have completed, and here are five reasons why…
Some relationships in your life will be like branches on a tree. The strong and important ones will grow with the tree; while the less important or unbalancing branches will need to be pruned, or worse yet- will get destroyed by a lightning storm.
Inspiration is one of those elusive things- we know that inspiration leads to creativity; but what are things that spark that fresh and new idea?
Here are my ideas for: