If it’s confusing for me, then it would be confusing for you
Thus, for these recent two weeks, I have been working hard (still not enough though) trying to migrate all of my former accounts to this new one. But unfortunately, during this process, I’ve lost most of the short stories and blog posts I have so hardly been writing on docs, meant to be uploaded on my blog.
Now, due again to some dumb mistakes of mine – as if I haven’t retained lessons about saving my contents on pen drives, or even by simply downloading my files on file explorer before making the jump of changing everything, and where now I find myself with a shortage of contents.
It’s such a heartache for me – but as someone who is doing it all in solo, I have to accept the fact that some things might completely go out of hands at any time, and that I need to remember that amidst it all, I need to keep a certain degree of positivism, so as to keep my focus towards the right direction.
I will again have to work extremely hard so as to catch up with my online, and as well as my external activities, to fill the agenda I’ve planned for this whole month. This complete reorganization has caused setbacks into the progress I wanted to make, but still, all of it was a necessity, for in long term, it would have caused confusions into the ways I personally proceed with things.
Though I have lost many of my works and made many mistakes, I do think that this year was a good one for me, for I have learned many things through testing, and came to conclusions that will surely help me progress more on the track I have chosen.
I also had to work a lot on myself, and I can say that most of my fear and as well as my paranoia concerning online matters have mostly been eliminated. To not physically see the environment I interact with is very difficult for me, but I’ve fallen in love with this environment the moment I stepped into it, and my new revealing side of the want to become a solopreneur is closely linked to the internet ecosphere.
Even though if it is very hard for me now, I know that with time things will slowly get better and easy — same as with the writing of my book. I just need to keep my flair and sanity cleared of all negative interference, and keep focus on my main plan.
So here I am, still on track, and with no intention of giving up — at least not until everything is setup as I want it to, and not until I really know if this gonna work. The schema I’ve planned is taking shape, and some of the main things that I had difficulty to understand at the beginning seems a little bit more clear to me now… and I guess that’s what counts the most through this particularly hard phase of this exciting journey.