It’s been WAY TOO LONG! I’ve missed writing for you! I’ve been up to some really cool stuff the last couple of weeks, it’s been absolutely awesomely crazy! So much I want to share with everyone but I’ll have to do it in a few posts to keep your interest up…I’m not saying you might want to keep an eye out for my future posts.
Have you ever heard the saying “Good things come to those who wait“? Well if you have, it’s bullshit! When has anything ever come to someone who has just sat around waiting for it? It’s not like you stay still and miraculously get transported into the shower and have an imaginary person dress you and fly out of the house. You actually get yourself out of bed right, walk into the shower, get dressed with your own hands (if you don’t have some assistance of course…) and walk out of the house. So if you still believe in the saying “Good things come to those who wait” then I’m sorry to break it to you honey, good things do not come to those who wait, good things come to those who hustle.
Yes, please continue dreaming, please believe you can reach the stars, but don’t sit on your ass and wait for the clouds to turn into your dreams or for the stars to fall down in your lap. Go out and turn the clouds into your dreams and go out and stretch yourself until you reach the stars.
Now you’re thinking “but isn’t everyone talking about how we should take it more easy, work less, stress less, take care of ourselves and believe that if it’s meant to happen, it will happen?”. If it was meant to happen, you made it happen. If you base your decision of what you’re hustling for on your values and your “why”, then hustling doesn’t need to mean sleepless nights, stress or burnout. Then hustling feels in best case crazy awesome fun and in worst case like an adventure, a challenge turned into an opportunity. Because when you know who you need to be in order to fulfill your why, then all challenges turn into opportunities and you enjoy the ride and the hustling.
So go out and hustle! Life rewards action.
“Knowing is not enough. We must apply.
Willing is not enough. We must do.”
– Bruce Lee