I love Saturday mornings. In our house, they are generally very relaxed and pajama clad, with none of the rush to get out the door that happens on other days. I often use the time to catch up on blogs and read articles of interest that I bookmarked but didn't have time for during the week, while eating breakfast. I've absorbed some truly wonderful soul food while feeding the body that way. Something I read this morning, got an OH HELL YEAH! from me so I thought I'd share an excerpt here in case it resonates and so I can find it again easily when I need a good kick in the butt.;-)
"...if you want to see what you are truly made of, or just how far you can go and what you are truly capable of - forget the hack. Commit to the daily pressure that compels infinitesimal progress over time. Wake up before dawn and apply yourself in silent anonymity. Practice your craft in whatever shape or form that may be.. late into the evening with relentless rigor. Embrace the fear. Let go of perfection. Allow yourself to fail. Welcome the obstacles. Forget the results. Give yourself over to your passion with every fiber of who you are. And live out the rest of your days trying to do better.
I can't promise that you will succeed in the way our culture inappropriately defines the term. But I can absolutely guarantee that you will become deeply acquainted with who you truly are. You will touch and exude passion. And discover what it means to be truly alive. In my opinion, this is the legit definition of success. And the essence of greatness. Because the seat of genuine value, beauty and satisfaction lies in the experience of getting there." - Rich Roll
You can read the entire article here.