5-Minute Blogging – What Is the Impossible Dream?

what is your impossible dream

7:48 a.m. – Start

I wonder if I should take my 5-Minute morning blogging to Tumblr or Medium because I want this blog to be about me, my birthday, and to be a place where I post my more polished and finished writing projects? Because, what is the goal of the 5-Minute blogging? The point, as I understand it from hearing my hero, Tim Ferriss, talk about it, is to take the things out of my cluttered mind and get it out on paper and organized. I did this yesterday and yesterday was a very good, very balanced day. For the first time in a while, when someone asked, “how was work,” I was actually and honestly able to say, “very good.”

I’m inspired to write, again. I was given a writing lead to write a 40,000 word book for a life-coach who writes about time management, life-balance, and  . . . get this . . . Catholicism. If you’re reading this and don’t know, I’m a proud Catholic.

I don’t wanna get ahead of myself, but I might be writing two books. Yes. This might happen.

Things happen if you think them and act on them. Every morning I watch a quick motivator from Darren Hardy, and today’s lesson was dreaming the impossible dream, hanging onto it, and never letting it go. My dream? To write my screenplay (I have quite a story that will only work as a film) and sell it to Disney or Pixar.

Gotta run. Gotta follow up on every open lead, call, and task from yesterday and get my email to Zero and start my day.

7-minutes. Ran a little over.

7:55 a.m.

 

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