There are so many things to write, read, and do but you must give big thoughts and consistent actions on your one or two mission critical tasks each and every day and night of your waking hours and sleeping time.
Also sleeping time aside from waking hours because the book Night School of Richard Wiseman dig deeper about the above sensible notion.
It’s about 15 hours ago that I started reading the book Night School of Richard Wiseman and I really find it a wise read and really worth the time.
After doing Intermittent Fasting or Warrior’s Diet (I only eat one or two meals every 24 hours or after more than 24 hours for so many years);
walking thousands of steps while intense rain is happening as part of stamina-endurance-obstacle training going to a Law School, Mediterranean restaurant, organic and sustainable restaurant, and a mall from home to home again;
eating and drinking green tea, organic wild honey, organic cacao/tablea/dark chocolate, organic sugar, water, and unleavened bread and shawarma with diverse vegetables;
and reading books, et cetera
Here I am now writing-posting-publishing for you and for myself.
Don’t Look For Perfection.
“Perfection,” As The Great French Film Director Jean Renoir Constantly Pointed Out,
“Exists Only In The Mind, Not In Reality.”
Syd Field (Mentored by Great French Film Director Jean Renoir) wrote:
You Won’t Learn Anything Unless You Give Yourself Permission To Make Some Mistakes,
To Write Things That Don’t Work, And Do Some Plain Old Shitty Writing.
Are You Willing To Do That?
Are You Willing To Try Something That Doesn’t Work?
Are You Willing To Write Terrible Pages?
Are You Willing To Be Lost In Doubt And Confusion, Angry And Concerned, Not Knowing Whether Your Material Is Working Or Not?