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Everybody wants to do more; become more efficient and achieve more.
But only a few can boast about how productive and efficient their daily life processes are.
All Aspiring Writers need to understand that to be a Writer, you need to go beyond aspiring, but how exactly do you do that?
Read my open letter to all Aspiring Writers to find out.
It true that: having a good reason for doing something is a forward propelling factor.
This is true for writing as it is for everything else.
Thus, Writers write.
But why do they write?
The deliberate pursuit of success is so commonplace today that success feels more like a need than a want. People chase success at all cost and by any means.
While at this, some succeed, others don’t. But, to the bulk of these people, extreme success is rare. This is because a lot of people don’t know how to get there.
Truth is: Every one is capable of achieving success but success itself is a loose term as what it means to one person could be way different from what it does to another.
As human beings, we get overwhelmed. We get drained by a flood of tasks that characterizes our daily lives.
Brim full task lists is our signature.
But so is crossing over to a new day with unfinished tasks.
The work remains undone; the page remains blank and we feel like beating ourselves up. All these can be attributed to a single cause – An overwhelming number of things to do.
It overpowers our ability to tackle them resulting in zero days or worse still – countless unfinished tasks.
It leaves us burnt out with nothing to show for it.
It is true that your usefulness is as much as what you know and can do.
That your worth defines how you are valued.
During my primary school days, we had physical education classes twice a week.
I still remember how Tuesdays and Thursdays were my best weekdays. We get to put on our sports wears, partake in coordinated exercises and also play freely on the school field.