Inspiration and the ability to get down to business quickly

  • you live with passion in your soul;
  • you are incredibly interested in the world and the people around you;
  • you spend enough time alone and reflecting;
  • you’re learning a lot of new things;
  • you have a whole unique experience;
  • talking to other people;
  • brainstorming;
  • being pinned down by the vicissitudes of fate.

Step One: Know What You Want

  • What goal would I like to accomplish?
  • What specifically do I want to do?
  • What specifically do I want to create?
  • Is it meaningful to me? Why?

Step Two: Create a schedule for inspiration

  • Stop being distracted by unnecessary nonsense (news, social media, watching videos).
  • Get rid of useless emotions and thoughts through meditation or journaling.
  • Since the search for inspiration is an active process, you should consciously allocate time (at least 5 minutes) to achieve it.
  • This last point is critical because the brain is sluggish, and if you instruct it to achieve something within 60 minutes, that’s how long it will spend. But don’t give yourself too much time — your psychological state can be changed in a couple of minutes.

Step three: research your ideas.

Step Four: Figure out what you need

  • create a business;
  • write a book;
  • start a blog;
  • become an artist.
  • What steps do I need to take to make the idea a reality?
  • What is the first step?
  • What specific skills might I need?
  • What knowledge and information do I need?
  • Whose support do I need?
  • What resources and tools do I need?
  • What else might I need to make the idea a reality?

Step Five: Take Immediate Action



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