When I started this blog, I had no idea where I was going with it. I just knew it was something that I had to do, try, and see for myself. I have watched myself grow a little each day by rereading my writings and watching my videos. Now after almost three months of blogging and being a YouTuber I want to do more.
I decided to start a web series called The 6 Daily Impossible Possibles. The goal is to document my life through the art of completing impossible tasks that are possible. My reasoning for this 30-day plan is to condition myself into believing that simple tasks are reachable. I just have to do it. My best friend has always been procrastination, and I want to get rid of her. So, I think being aware of short term goals will eventually lead me into planning long-term goals that will help me become aware of what it is I hope to accomplish - more personal growth and development.
My daily six impossible possibles consist of small attainable goals such as washing dishes, getting myself together, reading a chapter, exercising, cooking, cleaning, developing myself and working. These are goals that I semi concur a couple of days out of the week, but I need to do better. Every time I succeed at one trivial task, it will eventually lead to a larger objective that is easily manageable. The hardest thing (as with everything) is finding and sustaining the motivation to continue the daily struggle of achieving the six impossible possibles.
Some days I am sure that I will falter other days I will do more. Long as I accomplish something that is impossible possible I will be happy.