Many of us have dreams and aspirations, and only a small percentage of us execute those. We spend years dreaming as we keep aging.
We cannot all lie on exotic beaches with our laptops and market things that millions of other people are already selling and profiting from.
There’s something strangely therapeutic about imagining what I could’ve done differently if I had the chance to relive my own history exactly as the way I wrote it, even though I know it’s unhealthy to be obsessed with overthinking the past and daydreaming about the ideal version of my personal history, consisting of the “should haves” and “would haves.”
You may enter college knowing what you want to do, but the way college plays out might leave you clueless when it comes to an end.
We know from several really well-conducted studies into human psychology and brain science that we don’t actually multitask.
What if there was a new way to re-frame our relationship with discipline and see it as an act of self-love and appreciation?
Maybe it’s your favorite author, or your favorite blogger, or your favorite podcaster.
Their wisdom, self-awareness, and visionary mindset enable them to create a better future for all people.