Every year, I get sucked into the New Year's resolution cult and commit to making a life change or goal in the hopes of improving myself.
Nah. No more of that.
The problem with New Years Resolutions is that they never feel fun.
Case and point: every month I put together a list of songs that got me through the month, and title the blog post: (Previous Month's) Playlist.
So. I'm switching it up. It's not a big change, but a change nonetheless: ya'll get my last month's music to vibe to for THIS month.
Just imagine I'm listening to 100's of songs for (future) you.
After the quick reminder of JUST HOW dope of a song it was, a quick Spotify search later, and I was hit with:
My mission for yesterday was to figure out a way to finish 2016 strong while also planning out my goals for 2017.
During his verse, the under appreciated Big Boi dropped a nugget of knowledge I'm sure has influenced just how ambitious I'm going to be next year.
Make a business for yourself, boy, set some goals
Make a fat diamond out of dusty coals
Big Boi brings up some excellent points:
In the spirit of Sir Lucious Left Foot, I thought I'd share how I'm using his knowledge and using that to provide a framework to help push me forward.
Self-awareness is key to entrepreneurship.
My version of this is what I call Non-Negotiables.
Something not open to discussion or modification
While planning my goals, I make sure that none of them conflict with my non-negotiables.
While I'm busy writing my upcoming non-negotiables post, check out the video below to learn what each principle means to me.
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