We’ve all said the words, “I’ll do it tomorrow.” Starting a new project is daunting. It’s easy to put it off just one more day. Problem is, you’ll likely find yourself in the exact same predicament tomorrow. But what if there was a way you could come back tomorrow and have new found inspiration? There’s a process for developing fresh ideas quickly. It’s consistent. It’s repeatable. Here’s how ya do it.
You’re not lost. You’re just early in the process. Finding your special place in the working world is a process. When you accept that you’re not going to arrive any time soon, it frees you to try anything you can get your hands on, to be adventurous in the choosing, and even to risk failure.
I’ve always enjoyed working. I started my first job when I was 15, and I’ve had one ever since. I had so many interests, I never knew how to choose just one. So I started trying all of them. Being homeschooled gave me the freedom of a flexible schedule and an independent, self-starter mindset to just do it. Now I’m documenting a bit of that journey, and some of the lessons I learned along the way.