I’ve been making daily changes in my life this past month.
I wake up early to write every morning, I’m free-writing, and I’m planning out a few more projects that you should keep an eye out for.
Since I’ve been doing this, I’ve noticed that my life has become confusing.
I’m not confused on where I’m heading, I am completely clear about that.
I was confused about what I had been doing.
I realized though that I am in a state of transition and I’m starting to not understand the things I once did.
I once understood why I came home from my day job and vegged out on videos. I thought I was tired.
Now, I can’t comprehend spending hours on end on YouTube. It doesn’t make sense.
I listen to people talk about who’s to blame when something goes wrong.
It doesn’t make sense. If you don’t take responsibility for your life and your actions, you’ll never achieve anything of value.
The people I once related to, I can no longer understand.
I have daily habits that have completely changed the way I view accomplishments.
I exercise in the morning, I sit in a state of gratitude for at least 3 minutes, I write down my goals in the morning.
The more I’ve changed my routines, and the more I started doing productive things, the more my previous life has become confusing.
I have friends that don’t spend any time changing, or improving their life. It doesn’t make sense.
I thought I knew what it took to succeed, I’m realizing daily that I didn’t have a clue.
When your life starts becoming confusing, you’ll know you’re on the right track.
You want life to be confusing.
It gives you the opportunity to reassess and re-evaluate. It gives you opportunity to see life through new eyes.
When you’re confused, you don’t know what’s actually true. What’s actually real.
Hitting that state allows you to see that the life you’ve been living was only a step. A step on a much larger staircase.
What you were doing that served you in the past, is no longer serving you and it’s time to make a change.
When you hit your stride, you’ll know. You’ll understand this, and then you won’t be confused anymore.
You’ll know you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be.
Entertain. Educate. Motivate.