We all see those smashingly successful entrepreneurs out there living flexible lifestyles. We stare them in jealously, practically salivating over their seemingly Instagram perfect lives.
One of the most common pieces of advice I read on ideation and brainstorming topics to write about is to write about what makes you angry. I always cringe a little when I read this; I am notorious for picking harmless topics that no one can get offended over. I’m so afraid of conflict that I avoid controversial topics like they’re medieval plague doctors. I avoid subjects that I want to write about because I’m afraid of the reaction I’ll get.
"Let us read, and let us dance; these two amusements will never do any harm to the world."
This is the kind of thing you never want to think about. You never want to take that good, hard look at yourself and ask if you’re becoming an unkind person.
When you get comfortable, it’s easy to get sloppy. You stop caring as much about the little things and at first, it seems like that’s fine.