I had been having trouble getting out blogs in the last few weeks, however, the first day I nearly forgot to do it, I found that I was blogging with extreme ease. Like some “Neo in the Matrix” kind of ease. That last sentence should give you an intricate, albeit regrettable, insight into how I look at myself sometimes.
Today, I have god awful altitude sickness, and it seems Canada is trying to take vengeance on me for judging it’s lord and savior Tim Horton. I honestly sound like a hungover Bill Cosby.
Despite that, I know that this blog will be coming out smoother a buttered screw. I’ve learned that “by necessity” is one of the greatest motivators to creation. For the same reason the Greeks claimed that all invention came by necessity, so does our rational creativity seek to address the problems we need to solve.
This revelation on how to beat long-standing 3-hour blog posts has been extremely helpful, and I thought it was worth sharing with you, for anything you come up against. When Cortez wanted to conquer the Aztecs, he burnt his ships. In doing so he made it such that he needed to conquer them. If you want to get something done in a timely manner, make it such that it goes from something casual to something imperative.
Long story short, I procrastinated. But! That turned out to be a good thing. I hope you can also turn what you felt you had to do, into what you need to do.
Love you guys, I’m tired and sounding like Bill Cosby, and I hope you found today’s post relevant to your own endeavors.
Until next time,