I have been trying to post on Steem at least once a day and have made it to my 12th or 13th day. If I hit 2 weeks of posting at least once every day, I'm pretty sure this is the most consistent I've been since joining Steem 2 years ago.
Just Keep Buidling
Now that everything is somewhat calmed down again remember to go back to buidling.
If you believe in Steem or any blockchain for that matter, go out there and do what you can to make it better. Let others know about it, Tweet about it, talk about it on Facebook, post on Steempeak, or see what the chain is missing and figure out how you can fill that need.
I think that's one of the most eye-opening realizations that I came to from all the events that went down this weekend is I need to work on my own "brand" more and, just like YouTubers, start working on expanding where I post.
This coming up week, go check out a platform, paint a landscape, take a picture, make a video and post it on DTube, DLive, Appics, 3speak, or heck even on YouTube for all I care.
Do something different that you've never done before. Post something on etsy or homesteaders co-op to make your first online sale, do nothing and take the day off to relax and plan your future.
Life is Too Short
Life is too short to worry about what Justin's Sun is for the future of Steem. If it worries you that much then sell Steem until it doesn't worry you anymore.
I've found that part of the reason why I acted the way I did is because I'm overexposed in Steem in both holdings and content creation.
With that said I'm not wanting to post less on Steem, I'm wanting to keep posting at least once per day on the platform, while starting to post on other platforms, or at the very least, possibly start making some videos.
I want to keep building me online so that way I don't ever have to work another day in my life.
My goal is to be able to wake up in the morning, make my kids breakfast, sip coffee with my wife (if either one of us liked to drink coffee), run with her to the grocery store, and then work on making a stronger and better online presence.
The Grind Just Isn't for Me
I don't like someone telling me I have to be at work at this time, for this many hours, and working on this assignment. I want to be in a place where I can decide what creates the most value.
I want to be there to drop my kids off at the bus before school, to go to the plays, concerts, and all the other activities Dads miss while they're trading their life for money.
There has been no better time on Earth than now to be able to break away from all of that and still have an amazing life with an amazing standard of living.
I want to do all this with smart investment decisions in crypto, real estate, the stonk market, and in life with how I spend my time.
I want everything I to do, in my life, to be intentional and with purpose and never want to be at the point where I'm just killing time waiting to check the next item off my bucket list.
If you could be doing anything in your life, let me know down in the comments below what it would be.