Figuring Out the Path

The last few months I really been trying to figure out which route I want to take in life (in terms of business). For a while now, I have mentioned how there are so many projects that I’ve been getting into and instead of giving one thing my all I’m actually spreading myself too thin. By doing this, it’s making it hard for me to go further at the pace that I would like. I know consistency is important and I am always working on something, but I constantly neglect everything because I am always switching and jumping from one thing to the next. I know that it’s important to start with one thing. People say how you should start with one thing and give it your all, and then after it takes off then you can start on something else. I wish I could decide. It would be great if I could even decide on at least two things. I guess it’s the fear of choosing the wrong project and wasting more time.

I’ve been doing some research trying to find the averages and the amount of work to help project where you should be. I feel like I should start with one and try to meet that quota and if I doesn’t work then maybe I will focus on the next project. I’m not saying I would give it up completely, I’m just saying I will put it on the back burner for a bit. At this point, I just want to know what I should put 150% into. Instead of giving everything 5 to 25 percent. I really don’t know what I was thinking trying to take on a lot, but I am a person who gets Ideas all the time. A new idea pops up in my mind almost everyday and I have to talk myself into not adding anything new to my plate.

I just don’t want another year to go by and I’m still trying to figure it out. I want to test it and check it off the list one by one, until one of them reach the first base of my homerun plan (which is steady income every month). I would love to have just one to two things that I could work on every day, instead of having 15 things. Hopefully I will figure it out soon. To get the answer that I am looking for I’m going to have to put in a lot of work and push myself harder than I ever could. The amount of work that I would have to do is overwhelming, but If I am trying to get answers sooner rather than later, then I’m going to have to put this bus into turbo mode. One thing I’m looking forward to is learning a lot. I feel like some of the best tips that I’ve learned are things that I discovered myself. I do so much research and I have come across some good tips, but it’s always fun when you figure out something new just by experimenting.

In future posts, I’m going to continue to talk about my journey. I know a lot is vague right now, but once I am in a place that I want to be I am going to share a lot more. I am going to be open and honest as usual, in hopes that I can help someone who might be trying to do the same thing. The purpose of this blog was to communicate with other graduates who were in a lost space, where you feel like you’re just floating from one place to the next. I wanted it to be a place where people can share tips and advice to others. Now I feel like this blog is a place for anyone who may be struggling, but they desire to be successful and self-made. I am determined to reach my goals, and I know that I will get there. It’s my dream to be self-made, and I’m not going to stop until I get there. I’m going to keep pushing, because if I stop or give up it’s always going to torture me. I can’t stop, and I won’t stop. I’m going to keep sharing the good, bad and the ugly on this blogsite. So when I make it, I can look back at this crazy long journey and appreciate how far I came. If you read my previous posts then you know I’ve had a lot of dark moments in the midst of my journey, but with hard work comes success. It’s a marathon, not a sprint.


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