It’s a strange feeling seeing everyone commute to their job early in the morning while I stand on my balcony, drink my coffee and think about what’s the most important thing to do for my own business today. Just 6 months ago I was in the same spot.
In times of problems and obstacles we search for meaning in life and guidance through advice. Often, we can find inspiration, motivation and new power in the words of people who we respect or admire.
There’s a time to put in the work, and there’s a time to get inspired and learn. Today we focus on the second.
Do you feel the need to work on your side hustle but just can’t find the time to make any progress? This is a very common feeling in our stressful world, but with a few simple changes you can carve out more for the projects that really matter to you!
In 2014 I read that blogging is dead. Still I started my first blog Devdactic. Over the next years I should discover that this assumption was wrong and you should never trust anything you read (and think).
If you are a bit like me, you want to make sure that the time you invest in a new side project is worth spent. You gather all possible information or brainstorm for weeks and weeks before you even start anything.