Your Life Will Never Get Any Easier

Your Life Will Never Get Any Easier

The day you were born, was the easiest day of your life.

Ever since that day, it has been an uphill battle. It only gets harder from there on and that’s just the way things are.

When you were a kid, you had no big decisions to make, no responsibilities, no work to do, no clients to deliver for and so on and so forth..

You grow older and things start to get more complicated.

Little crossroads start coming your way:

  • Should I do my homework or go watch cartoons?
  • Do I pay attention in class or fool around?
  • Do I go to high school or an industrial school and learn a skill?
  • Do I go to college or get a job?
  • Should I move out now, or keep working on improving myself beforehand?
  • Travel or focus on a career right away?

The questions just get harder, harder and harder and there’s nothing you can do about it.

Your life will never be as easy as it was when you were 3.. or 5… or 7.. or 13, where everything was decided for you and all you had to do was follow the “manual”.

Even right now, your life is most likely the easiest it will ever be AGAIN. 

So?

You need to embrace that and make use of it.

If you’re sitting here, on the internet and have time to read this blog post, it’s pretty safe to assume that you’re not in a very bad position right now.

NOW is the perfect time to work harder, while everything is good, or at least okay.

Insert cliche here

“What you are to be, you are now becoming”

That is the most real quote out there.. Everything in your future depends on what you do today, nothing else.

I encourage all of you to WRITE DOWN that one thing you know you should be doing. The one thing that could have a significant impact on your life down the road.

You have an opportunity to make life easier for the future-you.

Take action on that item RIGHT NOW, even if it’s just a small step towards something bigger.

If you feel like you need someone to hold you accountable for that thing, leave a comment with what you should be doing, or email it to me via the contact form and I’ll make sure to hold you accountable for it, and check-in on your progress 😉

Good luck!

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Comments (3)

  • Holger Maiväli

    I should be writing towards an epic 5000 word article for one website and should be working on spinning material for 3 more articles for another site.

    I should, I should, I should.

    Then there’s pizza, beer and bed.

    On another note, just got my first outsourced article. Man, I can see that I first have to invest a pretty penny to actually find the right person for the job. First freelancer took far longer and cost way more than I thought. Nice guy, but with those rates and quality, I’m better off forcing myself to do it.

    Maybe it’s just my high standards or maybe I just found a crappy freelancer. Guess I need to test more people out.

    Life really doesn’t get any easier. On one hand I just quit 90% of my obligations, on the other hand, my own mind is my worst obligation. I can barely enjoy a beer if I feel I’ve been slacking off. How the fuck can I even relax, lol.

    • Karl

      The battle against yourself is the hardest. I think this is something all entrepreneurs face.

      Regarding finding writing freelancers..

      One of the best sites for this is iWriter.com.

      Although the majority of the writers there are garbage, if you put up very specific guidelines on what you want and have them focus on quality – you can find some real gems.

      The real perk behind iWriter is paying AFTER you get the article and read it through. You can reject an unlimited amount of garbage to find that perfect piece of content.

      Yes, someone wasted two hours trying to please you to get a rejection, but that’s their fault for not following the guidelines and doing their best work 😉

      • Holger Maiväli

        I’ll check it out. Thanks. 🙂

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