I can imagine doing it, but I can’t do it.
I’m laying in bed at 2:45am thinking about all the stuff I need to do to get serious about my life-long website dream project. I’m getting old and it would be nice to find success for my next chapter. It would be nice to be validated by at least the recognition it was a good… Read More »

I can imagine doing it, but I can’t do it.

I’m laying in bed at 2:45am thinking about all the stuff I need to do to get serious about my life-long website dream project. I’m getting old and it would be nice to find success for my next chapter. It would be nice to be validated by at least the recognition it was a good idea.

Having a genius business plan means nothing if you don’t get the help to do all the right things beyond the concept. I’ve seen that happen so many times in my life and seen the difference between entrepreneurs and idea guys first hand. So many good ideas fizzled because they didn’t know what they didn’t know.

My brain blocks me from starting so many things because I know I’m missing key steps needed pretty quickly.

I am content to go slow and keep working on this website as a hobby. It’s enjoyable along the way with nobody in my head talking about deadlines or problems. Usually it’s me thinking that second voice and bringing me down, but this time I’m using blind optimism keeping me working.

At least up until now. There are decisions to be made for the next step. Two distinct plans are before me. I started thinking they could be unified and bring several life goals together but I’m now leaning towards a different direction.

I want to merge all of my websites into one.

The big hurdle is being more open with everyone about my hard drug use.

I’m almost 60. It’s time to stop hiding it from my friends and customers. It’s been a set back for too long to be ashamed of it.

I am who I am because I enjoy exploring my brain from different perspectives. I should not be afraid to let everyone know and perhaps understand.

So this week I’ll begin the unification process and move forward as a drug friendly concept. The stoner market is a great community.

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