Here’s A Secret: The Real Magic Happens Between Your 9–5 Job And Your Bedtime
I’m going to assume that you are probably here searching for answers, or ways of how to make a change, and make things a little better, a little brighter?
First, you need to ask yourself the right questions in order for you to get the right answers.
Here’s the thing, we’ve always thought that we got plenty of time when actually, we don’t.
Life is a series of compound effect, the more we create excuses and reasons not to do the things that we should be doing, the more unlikely we are sabotaging ourselves away from our goals and ambitions, it’s like we’re running in circles and then we ask ourselves the stupidest question, about why are we still here.
The more we exercise this kind of reasoning and thinking the more it produces the same results, our subconscious mind doesn’t have the ability to differentiate the good from the bad, what it knows is the more repetitive the activity, the more it runs, the more it becomes familiar until it becomes a habit. So you need to make sure that you are thinking the way you should be thinking, that will tend to produce the results that you want.
So start with asking the right questions to find the right answers, find your reasons to make you do the work and show up every single day, whether you like it or not, do it on repeat so you can build the good habit and eventually produce good results, that’s why we’re here right?
It’s just so simple that we tend to overlook, here’s an example:
We all have a job, whether in a corporate or profession, or business, but we all have something to do on a daily basis in which most of us called it our 9–5 job, and as human beings, in order to function well, we need sleep, it’s just too generic but you get the point.
Our job will cost us 9 hrs in default, and our sleep cost us 7 hrs as adults, so basically we still have around 8 hrs, sure we have other personal errands for family, but it’s still possible to do something, to learn something even if it's 4–5hrs a day, and we still have 2 extra days on weekends or holidays, and if you catch yourself looking for an excuse again of how crazy this is, then it’s a good start now that you are aware.
There’s no harm in trying for something different, You have always been doing the reasoning and finding excuses all your life, why not try to do the opposite, continuous work for something that you want to achieve even if it's just 4–5hrs/day + weekends CONSISTENTLY in the next 6 months.
Wasting your 6 months of nonstop working for something life-changing is reasonable, it’s a really good habit to practice not just for the activity itself, but it’s a good start to feed your brain some good stuff.
Again, life is a series of compound effect the more you do something, the better you become, if you aren’t able to succeed on your first try, there’s a big possibility that you are going to try again and again unconsciously you will, until by default you will without even knowing. It’s a good habit that will serve you for life.
If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do something you’ve never done.