ANNA PENG

Why Daily Matters

Daily is a practice that forces us to do stuff. On days where we don’t want to do anything, Daily holds us accountable for what we aspire to do. 


It’s A Drip Process

Some of us can produce work in explosive, all-at-once amounts. Unfortunately most of us don’t have this tremendous, rare talent. 

The alternative is to produce in smaller quantities. A process at a slower pace, with more consistency, and is do-able on a daily basis, drip by drip.  


It Takes Time

In a world where we talk about rapidly developing technology, economies that soar or plummet overnight, and the future of great goals that are so soon to actualized within the next decade, the reality is that we’re snails. 

Maybe, snails isn’t the right term. Maybe human would be a better fit. 

That’s right, we’re all human. 

That means, it can take us anywhere from 7 months or 7 years to realize what we’re doing is not good enough, not the right fit, not the best choice. 

7 months is a long time to do something, yet 7 months is probably the average amount of time it takes for us to develop some sort of shift in mentality. 

There’s no superhuman out there who moves at the pace we believe society moves at. 

Our reality is that we’re just human, and we’re slower than we think we are. 

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