It kind of feels like waking up from a nightmare.
It could be while you’re falling asleep after a lazy day, or when you’re just out, getting drunk and dancing inappropriately.
“💩, I had resolutions. I was going to do it better this time.”
It’s okay, I’ve been there. We’ve all been there.
But there’s one habit that has prevented it from happening to me. It’s so simple you might stop reading—that’s okay, just remember that it doesn’t count until you’re actually doing it.
To become massively successful, you need to give massive value to the world. But if you think you can do that by hustling and grinding day and night, I’m sorry to say, you’re wrong. You see, playing with time is an inherently losing game: we all have only 24 hours a day—actually a lot less when you factor in that you need quality sleep, downtime and time to reward yourself.
You saw some inspirational video on YouTube or talked to someone that challenged you and now you’re on fire. You work all day, get more done than you did the entire week and go to bed as a proud human.
The next day it’s all back to how it was before. How? Why? What happened? I mean, you know it’s physically possible to kick ass—so why don’t you?
These moments of inspiration are great because they can kickstart us into a new project, a different idea of maybe just back in the right direction.
We are humans, and humans are destined to do great things. We laugh, play, dance, create, invent, explore and love.
We are not machines. We are not made to do the same thing over and over again.
Let the machines be machines and let us be humans.
This is what we stand for.
We Embrace Technology and Make It Work for Us Technology is beautiful. It grows exponentially and using it makes us grow just as fast.