You Got Time

I wanted to use this post to show you how easy it is to write or to work on your craft.

It doesn’t have to be 2-3 hours a day. If you do that, then obviously this post isn’t for you. But for the person scared to start or scared to try, this is for you.

Set a timer for 15-20 minutes. Take the time to read or research and when the timer is up: stop. If you feel like doing more, than do so! Motivation will come and go. But, if you are consistent, it will get easier day after day until you are spending an hour or two a day doing what you love.

I’ve been timing myself and I’ve given myself 15 minutes. Currently, I’m at 3 minutes. Don’t let time fall through your fingertips. If you are 30,40,50? Great. Don’t fret over the time you can’t get back. Look forward to the time you get to enjoy now.

I promise you, it becomes easier, because I myself am in this phase. It’s taken me a while to get consistent, but the more I create, the more I enjoy it.

Maybe you enjoy reviewing movies and writing about them. Well, watch a movie and then spend 15 minutes a day writing what you love and didn’t love. Then send that to some companies! Who knows, maybe you’ll be the next movie critic. We’ve got the time. We just think it’s unlimited.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this consistency post. Use your motivation to jump start your career, but use your consistency to help it grow.

I’ll be eagerly waiting. Leave a comment about how you’ve started!

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