We are goal-oriented. We want to see a result, an outcome, for our efforts. We want that reward for effort. It is part of our mindset.
Sometimes the path is long, & the results can take a while to manifest.
We take inspiration from envisioning the outcome - that drives our efforts.
- "Haiku" is a traditional form of Japanese poetry.
- Haiku poems consist of 3 lines.
- The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables.
- The lines rarely rhyme.
Being a solopreneur can get a little bleak, now & then. I use Haiku to inject a little structured creativity to my day. Try it - one of the benefits is that it forces you to critically evaluate every single word that you use. How could your copy writing benefit from this?
How to use this Haiku
- what does that mean for you?
- what are you hoping to get out of this?
- what are your goals?
- is it your business?
- is it a business, or a hobby?
- is it just another job?
- just a way to pay your rent and vacations?
"Build. Destroy. Rebuild."
- to have something worthwhile, you need to build it
- to progress your goals, sometimes you need to destroy what you have built, especially if you've become too attached to your creation & it's not working
- after destruction, you rebuild better, stronger, with a clearer vision.
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