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What do I believe?

• I believe in growing a community using honesty, transparency, and a little humor.
• I believe in setting unreasonably high expectations for myself.
• I believe that shared ideas are the best way to form deeper connections with others.
• I believe in doing my best work possible and sharing it with others.
• I believe in taking my work seriously and not myself.
• I believe that people are more important than profits.
• I believe in asking harder questions and listening to those answers.
• I believe that time is the most valuable thing any of us have.
• I believe in focusing on quality over quantity.
• I believe it's never too early to share your story and help others.
• I believe that labels don't matter - results do.
• I believe that every one of us has the ability to create our own path.
• I believe it is easier to ask for forgiveness than permission.
• I believe in taking everything with a grain (or two) of salt.
• I believe ideas are worthless until you share them with others.


I woke up this morning feeling rather uninspired.

No matter how fulfilled I might be, these feelings always seem inevitable.

Instead of beating my head against the wall, my first instinct is to find out why.

Why do I feel uninspired? Which piece of the puzzle is missing?

More often than not, I find myself losing inspiration when I go on autopilot. I've learned there is a very fine line between creating a productive routine and getting stuck in a rut.

If you ask me, there is one major difference between the two:

A routine has a purpose or goal and a rut doesn't.

With a routine comes forward motion, small steps that add up to big progress. On the other hand, a rut is simply a routine without a point.

It seems as if I need to refocus my goals and remind myself why I am doing what I'm doing.

I don't need to solve everything right away.

I'm just trying to find a little of the inspiration I lost along the way.