Posted in Self Help

Punctuality

Today, my plans for proactivity were hindered due to my indiscipline. Infuriatingly, I arrived at my destination looking for a seat, since my choice of seat was no longer available. Upsetting as the situation was, I reflected back on all the times I was late and astonishingly, tardies are common throughout my chronology. In fact, if we sum up every tardy, the result is 2 weeks of hours. One week equals 168 hours. For engagement purposes, double 168 and that will be the amount of time I have lost. Of course I’m using hyperbole, but the main concept is that I was, and am, constantly late. Here’s an example: I was taking a drama class in college and everyone’s grade was an A, since that’s how all semesters begin. So obviously for the moment, I was a driven student with perpetual motives for greater endeavors. Any of you guys ever felt like that? It’s the beginning of the semester, it’s a fresh start. A chance to prove yourself in academics. Being a terrible student, I was that guy. At the beginning of every semester, I was that straight A student. But only for the first month. Then over time, my grades become the average A B C. One day, I came late and it was only 1 minute late, JUST 1 MINUTE LATE! Then 1 minute late became 2 minutes late, then 4, then I realized I had lost my punctuality and struggled to even balance my time, constantly struggling to even make it to the 5 minute tardy mark. It had gotten really bad, to the point where I was arriving atan unbearable 8 minutes late. Three quarters of the semester in, my professor notifies me that I have 8 tardies and that if I continue this, world record breaking pattern, I will be dropped from the class and take an automatic F. I had this class 2 days of the week, 8 tardies equals four weeks, four weeks of progressive tardiness. Let’s estimate and add these numbers.

Day 1 = 1 minute

Day 2 = 2 minutes

Day 3 = 4 minutes

Day 4 = 4 minutes

Day 5 = 6 minutes

Day 6 = 8 minutes

Day 7 = 8 minutes

Day 8 = 8 minutes

= 41 minutes in total.

There was even a day where I came in 15 minutes late, and even transcended 8 days of tardies, but for the sake of simplicity, Ill estimate 8 days with 8 minutes.

The point is, as innocuous as 1 minute may seem. This 1 minute was insidious to my mental prowess as it significantly diminished my proactive mindset. The life handle teetered out of control, and I was barely able to balanced my time and methods. My time, my proactive rhythm, were profoundly affected and it shouldn’t be a shock that all my grades degraded in some way. Some were affected greatly for lack of performance and others, not so much. Punctuality can either curve your drive, or propel you towards achievement, and in my case, it curved my trajection. That semester alone I had accumulated about 20 tardies, that’s including other classes as well. Thats a estimated guess, the number can very well be beyond 20. Nevertheless, this has been an uninspiring recurring theme throughout my career as a student. This malpractice follows me in every endeavor I challenge. It’s like a Pikachu that follows Ash, but Ash doesn’t want it to. And this scumbag Pikachu constantly uses Thundershock to stop Ash from pursuing his dreams of being a Pokemon master. Strange simile and analogy, wouldn’t you agree?¬† Now, I finally want to abolish this practice, as this has served to derail my train of thought, plundered me into stress, even dispense the fuel of my drive. I have thought of some solutions. Also, if you have any methods as to outwitting punctuality, share it in the comments below. Address the title of the blog as well so I know the topic you’re referring to. During this time, I’ve only thought of 4 ways to be punctual.

1. Actually Plan Your Day

Usually, when I make a daily plan, I tend to follow it. I invite you to try this out yourself. Every time the path is clear, it’s easy for me take on my objectives, and focus on the end results.

2. Say the word focus

Ever read that book “Your One Word” by Evan Carmichael?, Me either, however, he has highly suggested to pick a word that truly resonates and aligns with your endeavors. For instance, Steve Job’s word is innovate, doesn’t take a blogger with a incommodious¬† sarcastic sense of humor like me to see that Jobs was a great innovator of our time. I say the word “Focus”, every time I’m not focusing on my task. It works for me, try it out for yourself, and let me know in the comment section below about your experience or about your word.

3. Instinctual Focus

Instinctual Focus is what I call it. I have not mastered this one myself. But somehow taking initiative to instinctually be on time, is definitely worth bargaining for. This instinct can be achieved through various means, most commonly through constant reapplication. However, other more complicated perplexing methods can achieve this enigmatic focus. This is absolutely different from urgency, which is a source that your focus and motive uses to act on dead lines and scarce time. Instinctual Focus deserves it’s own blog, because of the complexity and enigmatic nature of this concept, so expect that blog soon.

4. Urgency

Finally, we don’t know how much time we have, but finding a reason, usually a scarce reason, as to being on time can definitely aid in your discipline. For instance, having my favorite seat taken is a perfect scarce reason as to being on time. Though maintaining a balance is an absolute for the fact that urgency aids the growth of your amygdala, which is responsible for regulating fear. Just that statement alone is enough to scare me. I can feel my amygdala growing. Haha.

 

And that’s it for now. If you guys enjoyed reading this blog, leave a comment below and let me know, what I could do to be a better blogger. Share your experience, I would love to know. Thanks for joining me on this breakdown. I love you guys, and take care for the day. See you tomorrow.

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Posted in Self Help

Blogging Every Day

Blogging everyday has been a thought that echoes through every canal in my mind. Nights are difficult to sleep since this voice, in my mind, constantly yells out “blog everyday”. Blogging is an endeavor that I have wanted to pursue. However, procrastination is quite charming and very persuasive. I’m reluctant to accept that sometimes, procrastination has trespass through restricted territory. As you can see, I haven’t blogged everyday, so procrastination lingers thought the depths of my mind. But this has gone on long enough, and I have realized that Procrastination is beginning to settle in my daily practices. While everything I was doing was slowing down, time was speeding up. I don’t want to propel my life using autopilot, since this instinctual feature allows for only limited progress; I decided that Procrastination will no longer reside within my daily practices, and will be given permission to compel me only when achievement has been obtained, and our principles align. I’ve stated my thoughts virtually, and publish the work. I can now procrastinate to my hearts content. Just kidding, no theres so much more work to be completed.

Thanks for reading.

 

 

Sonic Levels

Posted in Self Help

I Just Want to be Myself

I want to learn as much as I can. Sure right now as I type this blog, I haven’t a clue as to what I’m doing. I would estimate that my writing skills are that of a 3rd grader. No clue on what prepositions, coordinating conjunctions, and any grammar related rules are. Bare with me. But a moment ago, precisely 2 minutes prior to writing this sentence. I was captivated by the income these bloggers were producing. Check it out!

Bloggers and Income

Gizmodo – $325,000 Per Month

Perez Hilton – $575,000 Per Month

CopyBloggers – $1,000,000 Per Month

These figures are all according to a Forbes’s article. If you would love to learn more about these bloggers, Click on the link below. It’s an article from Forbes.

GET BACK TO MY ARTICLE FOR NOW.

 

Back to What I was Saying

Anybody who see’s figures like those, will have dollar signs for eyes and attempt to blog for this purpose. For the record, thats not why I started blogging, I started blogging, for the sake of communicating with my audience, and have a chill place for viewers, creators, and anybody with a sense of growth. I didn’t even know you could make money from blogging until I began researching via tutorials. In every tutorial it was about establishing and monetizing your blogging site. Anyways, before this train derails, I had dollar signs in my eyes and began to rub my palms to each other, and began scheming.

What to Write About.

I began to ask myself, “What kind of service, or niche can I write about?” I was thinking, maybe technology, or even science. Then I wandered into the financial territory of blogging. I began to imagine myself financially stable, big house, a lovely, gorgeous girlfriend.

I Lost Myself

Almost immediately, I began to break a sweat. I knew, this plan was set up to fail because I began content marketing for myself and others to enjoy a place of security, relaxation, and growth. I didn’t want anyone else to run this blog with me. And for a site to find the similar success as like CopyBloggers, a team is needed. I don’t want a team, I just want to run it on my own. I not working for an extraordinary paycheck. I just want to help others with lost efforts towards their purpose. I’ve been there, and I know what it feels like to be indecisive about your purpose. Also, I want to run my blogs independently for the sole purpose of preserving my true character online.

I Found Myself Again

So with this thought in mind, I remembered why I started my website. Thank Heavens I remembered, because money, vices, and wild thinking can easily distracted anyone from their true goals, even me. Moral, Stay true to yourself, and work with who you are. Besides, an extraordinary blogger requires articles with exceptional grammar, and writing skills. You know what, allow me to compare myself to an actual extraordinary blogger.

Me – skills uv a 3rd greater writer

CopyBloggers – Team of god tier exceptional writers, with achievements and capabilities beyond the relatable human.

You know what………

you’re right……….

I don’t see the difference.

 

Thanks everyone for reading my thoughts, I guess now you can say you can read minds!!!. NO?! . lolIMG_0415.PNG

IF YOU COMING HERE TO VIEW THE ARTICLE, FINISH MINES FIRST, THEN YOU SHALL PASS!!!

Sources

https://www.forbes.com/sites/robertadams/2017/03/02/top-income-earning-blogs/#69c062c52377

 

Posted in Saying No

Saying No

Finally, I said “NO” to a friend. This “No” meant more than any other “no.” I felt like I had true control over my decisions. Believe me when I say this. Saying no definitely affects your mood, and will help you with self-esteem. I truly felt for the first time, I completely managed the sail of my own ship, and was able to arrive at the set destination, no problem. So to anyone, who can’t say “no.” Outwit your excuse to hinder your true feelings, and say “No.” You will experience a huge boost in confidence, and your brain will create more dopamine, which is the rewarding chemical, as I like to call it. That’s all for tonight, I just wanted to share this small experience, Say No Peeps. Ill do a video on this subject sometime in the future. Look forward to it. Goodnight My friends.

Posted in Graffiti

Graffiti Piece 1

Took About 3 Hours to complete. I’m savoring my end results of my labor at the moment. Nevertheless, I present to you this graf Piece. If you dissect the image, you can see, that it reads sonic. On that Note, If you are interested in knowing what a graffiti piece would look like in your name, I can Sketch one out for you. Simply suggest the name in a comment, and I’ll take care of the rest. So let the rain of suggestions begin.

 

Posted in Getting Started

Hardest Part of Getting Started is Getting Started

Well isn’t this the convenience of a great plot? Getting started is arguably the most difficult in any endeavor. Though simultaneously, the entire journey after the threshold is arduous anyways. This should not come to a surprise, since nowadays, markets, internets, etc, are oversaturated with success systems, premonitions, philosophical quotes. However, allow me to shine some light on the main topic.

GETTING STARTED

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For any endeavor, there’s always a threshold; and this threshold consist of learning the basics. For Instance, lets use the English language. First the Alphabets are learned. After, basic words like cat, bat, etc. then iteration, then compounding words, then sentences, etc. However most times the basics, which are alphabets and simple three letter words, are tedious and very time consuming to learn. I totally understand that we desire to speak fluently, or be accomplished in our desired field NOW; which is why most challengers, as I like to call anyone taking initiative, fails repeatedly to learn, because of the lack of measurable progress. It’s time consuming and results are far in the distance. It’s a simple recipe for failure, though, this first step of learning the rudiments, paves the smooth solid blacky road if completed. Of course this road is constantly under construction and paying attention to the details is vital to establishling a robust foundation.

Pay Attention

IMG_0418.JPGIf you have managed to render yourself to learning the basics. First off, Congrats; second, it’s absolutely crucial to pay attention to details, in any decent tutorial. Let’s retrospect and discuss the English language analogy again. Discerning Knew from new, undoubtedly, the pronunciations are similar. However, the meanings are different. Another Example, Starting this blog, was utterly confusing. Reflecting back, my wild imagination did have an influence on my attention span. What I would do differently, I would breakdown, the hour long tutorial in 5 minute intervals, since around 5 minutes I began to lose focus; rewatch it, and on the 3rd view, I would follow along with the process. Track your conduct and figure out methods to attenuate distraction. PEOPLE!!!! DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, WATCH A TUTORIAL IN IT’S ENTIRETY, SKIP AND SING OVER TO YOUR WORK STATION, AND ATTEMPT THE PROCESS ON YOUR OWN!!!. MOST LIKELY YOU MISSED CRUCIAL DETAILS!! I spent $300 dollars on useless components, because of this feeble attempt, and was only refunded $172 back! DO NOT DO IT!! PAY ATTENTION TO THE DETAILS AND FOLLOW ALONG!! I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH!!! If you do end up in this predicament, you better pray to GOD, that you can still get your money back.

That’s It

No really, learning the basics and paying attention to the tedious nuances is practically it. The disparity between you vs. a person who hasn’t read this. Time saving, less stress, and a knack for growth. Simple as that.

Good Luck on your Endeavors. Stay Focus. Adios

Sincerely

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