Today’s article is a short one.
For almost two months now, I’ve posted to the Davis Daily twice a week – offering a blue-collar perspective on personal growth, professional development, and wellness. This includes:
- how to build habits;
- the difference between time management and self-management; and
- personal stories to inspire you to embrace change and chase dreams.
It’s been fun so far, and I appreciate you for taking the time to read my words, share my posts, and sign up for the Diary of Davis newsletter. It means the world to me, truly.
Thank you. 🙏
It’s still hard to believe I’m a professional writer, and knowing readers actually give a damn about what I have to say is mindblowing. Of course, I now have the responsibility to show up for you each week; to practice what I preach and follow through on my promises.
And as I continue along on the journey to self-improvement, being consistent and building trust is more important than ever.
Don’t Get Stuck in Strategy
There’s a saying writers and content creators have: published is better than perfect.
That doesn’t mean you sacrifice quality just to “get ‘er done,” but perfectionism is a waste of time and inevitably leads to imposter syndrome.
No, the mantra is meant to inspire self-confidence and serve as a reminder that making progress is what really matters.
Let’s stretch it a bit further.
When it comes to personal growth, establishing new habits or changing behaviours, putting your plans into practice is the most important piece of the puzzle.
So, while you may not be publishing videos, blog posts, or podcasts, taking charge of your future requires action. 🎬
Big or small, making a positive change in your life isn’t easy; don’t get stuck trying to come up with the perfect solution to your problems.
Remember to keep moving forward – just do the dang thang!
Stop doubting. Get started. Keep going.
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