Practical Advice About Owning Your Life

Doing meaningful work requires a greater degree of autonomy and freedom in order to thrive. Being ordered to do things you don’t particularly enjoy day after day because money is no way to live life.

The good news is that you own your life.

You can change it.

But it’s a slow process. It takes time to get there, to build momentum and to keep it going.

The sooner you understand this, the sooner you can begin to make things happen.

Visualize Your Life, Realize Your Potential

What does your ideal life look like and what steps are you taking to make it a reality?

You have innate potential.

Don’t keep it buried underneath the shroud of self-doubt.

Wake up, reach inside and let it out.

Then show us what you can do.

Building Momentum

If you enjoy what you do and are gaining momentum, don’t let your fear interrupt it.

It takes time and energy to build up this momentum, but like a plane taking off from the runway, once it gets going its hard to stop.

So, keep going.

Don’t stop.

Always move forward. Bit by bit. Every day.

And don’t look back.

Do What You Enjoy

I’ve been focusing more energy on work I care about and less on meaningless tasks.

The goal is to get to a place where my work is wholly dedicated to the good projects.

How will I achieve this goal?

By putting dedicated time and energy into the work I care about. Bit by bit. Every day.

Or die trying.

Unstoppable World

The world is always turning.

It does not care what you think about this.

It turns and will continue to do so, no matter how hard you protest.

And why would you?

The world stops for no one.

Neither will I.

What’s your goal?

Do you own your life?