I hear it takes fourteen days to form a habit. Fourteen days, and it all starts to come together.
While you might struggle to remember or start the task to start, by the end of two weeks you should find it much easier.
That is to say, things get easier with time. I believe this is true of almost everything. As I continue to write books, I’m finding it easier and easier everytime. The words flow, versus having to rip them from my brain.
When I go back to edit, I notice fewer mistakes. Time matched to my imaginary musings, with the determination to succeed, is leading me down a path. What lies at the end of the trail, I don’t know. I do know I’m ready and waiting with an open mind to find out.
I’m learning that even insurmountable obstacles are easy to conquer with time, and an unwillingness to bow under the pressures of the day.
There are plenty of people who will look to drag you down, don’t let them. Instead, remember that some people are just assholes, and others have bad days, don’t let their insecurities and stress drag you to their level. Rise above it.
Keep your head held high, and live life like the world is your toy. Someone is bound to notice you if you don’t follow the crowd. That’s how change is started.