What if at the end of 10 days you had a new insight or you broke open something that was stuck? Maybe it was just at the surface but couldn't break through that thing barrier holding it back?
I like pushing myself. Well, technically, I like allowing myself to be pulled forward.
I measure success by what I create.
For the next 10 days, I'm going to lead you in creation.
After those 10 days, your world might be more open, your brain less cluttered, your gut has moved up a rank in the decision-making hierarchy in your self and you might be ready for that next big thing.
But who knows. I certainly don't. Not on Day Zero.
Ask me on Day Eleven.
I Can't Not Do This
You know those things that you Just Have To Do? This is one of them.
I've written 14 books. It's easy for me. I want it to become easy for you.
I wrote 5 of those books together with my two young boys (then 8- and 10-years old).
The experience was magical, awful, a disaster, a sparkly magical wonderland and in the past.
In the past? Yes, because we did it. We're done. We're onto the next thing.
But you. You haven't done it yet. I want you to experience what I experienced together with my kids.
That's it. That's my goal.
Oh yeah, we're going to write a book while doing it. You may have noticed that "The Book" is almost secondary. What I really want is the experience with a kid--for them but also for you.
StartDay Zero: How will you define success? (7:35)
StartWhen is the absolute perfect time to start your masterpiece? (4:02)
StartWhen someone finishes your book, how would you like them to feel? (5:48)
StartShoot off the flare gun of your passion and see who takes notice (3:00)
Start"I have nothing to offer." (5:01)