I’ve devoted the last 10 months of my life to help people like you stop feeling lost and become what they dream to become; I’ve worked on a daily basis to create content that helps you find your path, while documenting the things I’m doing to build my dream life.
You see? I know quite a few people who are unsatisfied and also mediocre.
I’ve seen firsthand what it means to be an average person and complain about literally everything.
And there’s nothing that pushes my buttons more than people who complain tirelessly about things they can change instead of getting to work and changing them.
I know people who complain about: not having enough money, not being smart enough, not being skilled/”talented” enough to do whatever they want to do.
This same people I’m talking about also spend countless hours on Instagram (at this point, I think you have a pretty clear idea of how much I hate Instagram lol), never read books, never watch educational videos, never plan their days. They haven’t learned anything new in months.
This is people who don’t have goals.
And you know what?
That’s not what I want for you.
My mission is to help you find your path and excel at life and in order to do that, you need to become the most epic version of yourself, day after day.
Being epic means embracing the things about yourself you can’t change and working consistently to change the things in your life you’re not happy with.
When you become the most epic version of yourself you’re in tune with what you really want, you have aspirations, you know how to set goals and you’re always growing.
Being absolutely epic is saying you’re going to do something because you care about it and then doing it.
It’s using your time wisely while also knowing how to rest and take care of yourself.
In order to become the most epic version of yourself you only have to do these two things:
- know who you really are so you can be your own person, shine and tap into your full potential;
- and define your own version of “being absolutely epic“, so you can move towards it constantly.
Embrace who you are
And to embrace who you are you need to know who you are.
Because that’s the only way to:
- realize your true potential;
- build bulletproof confidence;
- find work that engages you, that puts you in a state of flow.
Knowing yourself means knowing what you care about, understanding why you feel the way you do. It means knowing what you’re good at and in which areas you need to ask for help.
You may think you know yourself because you spend a lot of time with yourself. But self-discovery is a life-long journey. It never ends. We’re constantly changing.
Define your own version of “epic”
And work to become that person. NOTE: This only includes things you can actually change like:
- how many vacations you take,
- how much money you want,
- what you want to be known for,
- what you want to get better at,
- which books you want to read,
- which kind of relationships you want to build and nurture.
Being epic doesn’t mean clinging to unrealistic aspirations like wanting to be taller or obsessing about the past. You can’t change that.
To define your own version of epic you can observe people you admire and take notes of what makes them epic.
However, defining your own version of epic doesn’t include envying people for what they have or how they are and not putting a single gram of effort into following their steps.
Plus, being your own version of epic means getting inspired by others; not copying others because you think that’s the only way to find long-lasting happiness.
Being epic means knowing that you can’t chase happiness. If you’re not happy right now with what you already have, you’ll never be happy.
Get inspired, come up with a plan, set goals, be disciplined and you won’t have to wait years to see the compounded results of smart choices followed by absolutely epic action.
“Make the most of yourself… for that is all there is of you.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson