After pouring my heart and soul into something over a long period of time, it’s natural for me to feel sad, disappointed, or even slightly depressed once it’s finished. The things we do define us as people, and the most significant things we do are the biggest part of us; losing them, even by design, is hard.
Personally, I just keep moving. I use the end of one project as the beginning of the next...
Many people experience a fear of success that’s as paralyzing, if not more so, as the fear of failure. Fear stops many of us from pursuing our interests and dreams in the first place. Personally, I just keep moving. I use the end of one project as the beginning of the next and keep working to fulfill my life’s purpose and vision.
The positive by-products of hard work can become very rewarding.
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Working on big projects helps identify how you have changed. What once interested you no longer does, and new interests have taken their place. These small day-to-day changes are challenging to see and mostly go unobserved until reflection after the close of a big project. I love that. The positive by-products of hard work can become very rewarding. Yes, hard work.
I believe everything good comes from one’s hard work. It’s that sense of accomplishment and self-growth that gets my juices flowing.
...find something that interests you and work on it.
And that’s the real issue—how you spend your time. You can spend it on that sunken sofa cussing at the news, thinking you only have a few hours left before you have to go to bed to start all over again, or you can find something that interests you and work on it. The more you move, the more you can move, and the more you will move and grow.
So, I say, Get Out There and Get To Work!
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