I don’t know you but I do know that you’re particularly good at something as every human being on this planet is.
Take that time to master a talent that you got. Read about it, think about it, be passionate about it, share it with the community that supports that very same talent.
Observe it this way – you’ll do what you enjoy doing most and perhaps make a living out of it.
It doesn’t necessarily have to be the financial incentive that will keep you on track, the pleasure of enjoying a moment and making something bigger out of your talent is what counts.
For example writing.
I read somewhere that writing whenever you feel like it will not get you any further of your current state as inspiration may come once in a while. I absolutely agree with that.
At first I thought that the right way to write is to follow your heart, but it can often lead you off track. It means you can feel for a longer period that you’ve got no inspiration at all and you decide not to write. Time flies and next time you know – it’s been a couple of weeks and not a single word 😦
Setting a schedule for writing is the right way to go.
I know at first you’ll feel the same kind of pressure as if you’re at work and you are trapped into your plans and schedules, but as soon as you manage to look at your end result and stay focused on the goal, it will be fulfilling and enjoyable – sharing thoughts with the world and getting feedback from people that share your interest and passion (for writing in this case).
Life is too short to postpone your ability to do something remarkable.
It may seem as a little step at first, but constant effort will definitely make a difference!