When I was a teenager, I would write down my goals for the year and I wouldn’t accomplish any of them.
Eventually I realized it was because I didn’t have a system.
How disappointed would the teenage version of myself be to know that he grows up to spend his life in a cubicle doing work he doesn’t care about? I couldn’t let myself go down that unremarkable path one minute longer. It was an incredible trip where I met some awesome guys, many of which had achieved the same things out of life that I wanted to achieve. I didn’t hit that, but at the current growth rate of my subscribers, I’m poised to surpass 2,000 sometime in 2017.
I hope by showing this, I can inspire some people to keep going and push through that difficult phase in the beginning when no one really cares to read your work. 1.) Memes and GIFs have been an awesome way for me to build a connection with girls through humor.They’re absolutely perfect for when you don’t know what to say to restart a conversation that has stalled out.When the beast is complete, I’ll release it to the public so others can use it to accomplish their goals.3.) I’ve lived in the heart of Atlanta, GA for over three years now.With 2016 drawing to a close, I’ve spent the last two weeks of this month intensely reviewing the past year.
At the end of December, I like taking time to review the goals I had as well as develop new ambitions for the upcoming year. And it was pretty much just the result of a “quarter-life crisis” I had when I turned 25 in May earlier that year.As my 25th birthday dawned on me, I realized I was not on the path I wanted to be on.I spent my entire adolescence and college years dreaming about the exciting life I was going to live in my 20s and my 30s.I found it also helps to write a few posts reviewing dating apps.I’ve seen a lot of bloggers give up after 6 months because they didn’t get the traffic they thought they would.The month I started the blog, I got 111 views (barely can be seen on this graph). I could have achieved that kind of progress in 6 months if I had worked harder.