Create Every Single Day
Oops. I thought I could stop. Without consequence. I couldn’t.
Last year, on June 12, 2021, my mother passed away. Here’s my last post I wrote. Well, actually, I didn’t write it, I recorded a video.
Which is partly my point.
After 2,808 days, I thought I was in “good enough shape” to stop. I figured I had done enough and I didn’t need to keep going because I had reached a level where I was on fire, on target, and on my game.
Things were good.
Slowly, they became less good.
It’s September 1, 2021.
Over the past months, I couldn’t figure out what was wrong. I was:
- Lacking self-confidence
- Empty of new ideas
I could go on. But it’s painful.
Lucky for me, I know the solution. It’s a “formula” of daily, weekly, monthly, and even annual actions that “need” to be executed in order to keep it going, to stay not just above water, but, dare I say, walking on water.
Over the past few months, I have been surviving.
I’m not used to just surviving. I’m used to a regular life of thriving. I miss it, I need it, it’s the frequency I’m used to and know and love and miss.
I thought I could stop. I guess I couldn’t.
You’d think from a guy who literally wrote the book called ‘Every Single Day,” that I would know I had to keep going and that there was no end to it, no finish line, only the race, the game, the sport.
And that was the goal.
The question isn’t whether or not you want to be in the game, it’s how often you want to play, which game you want to play, and the intensity at which you’re playing.
I’m blowing the whistle. We’re starting back up.
Here we go.