I know what it feels like when your favourite screen becomes an unfamiliar blank canvas.
The strangeness of the screen even affects your thinking process. If the screen could talk, it would ask, “Where have you been?”
If I could take an inventory of my highest search queries online, it would be the topic of ‘Time Management’.
I want to know how best to combine all my daunting tasks together and achieve all of them. Mehn, I want to eat my cake and have it. 😂😂
I finally realised, there’s enough time in the day, it’s just our priorities that matters.
I simply was not prioritizing my blogging the way I should. I felt other tasks took precedence, and now I have close to zero stats here. 😢
Have you ever felt like you’re not prioritizing those things you need to prioritize?
If you run a creative business like writing, graphics design, art, etc. you need to always practice your craft. How would you get better if you don’t practice your craft.
Like Malcom Gladwell once said,
‘Practice isn’t the thing you do once you’re good. It’s the thing you do that makes you good.’
You want to be a better writer, artist, singer, actress, etc. but you don’t want to practice? How do you want to do it?
When you don’t practice, you become Inconsistent, and here’s want can happen to your creative business:
1. Your audience move somewhere else
2. You risk getting better at what you do
3. You wonder where the creative juices are.
When was the last time you worked on your craft?