The ability to get lost in something is an underrated skill.
You never know how far you can take something if you refuse to go all in.
Obsessions don’t define your life, but you don’t ever learn anything unless you go all in.
Without exploring the ins, the outs, the lefts, and the rights, you will never truly understand the process. Success isn’t about getting from point A to point B. It’s about learning how to make the process work in a way that produces value.
When you think about it no one but yourself can ever truly know what you can master.
The best way to get lost in something is to sit down and identify what you are willing to put on the table. What are you ready to own? Does your next step make you feel alive?
If you don’t have answers to these questions, that’s okay. The point is that if you want to push the limits on a venture, you have to dive in and swim around, run out of oxygen and go back under.
You don’t ever discover your dream by simply touching everyone that pops into your head.
Maybe, just maybe, it’s time we starting diving in head first. You know, just to see what happens.