Published on Sep 16, 2020

This is my first attempt at writing. I have been writing for myself before and I realized it is time to get better at it and share with the world to get feedback so I can get better.

I read a few drafts that you wrote and it's great to see others struggling with the same issues as I have: what to write about, who is your audience, or are you interesting enough.
We all find it extremely hard to learn something new.

I love TED talks. They keep me motivated. Recently I stumbled upon one that I found absolutely astonishing. Stephen Duneier presents how he managed to learn new things just by convincing ourselves to take the first step and keep showing up after that.
Marginal improvements are the key to be better. So stop becoming a spectator and become an active participant.
As a chinese proverb says: "Be not afraid of going slowly, be afraid only of standign still."
Make little changes. Remove distractions. Develop habits. Make good tiny little decisions at a time nothing more. Marginal improvements are the key to be better.
So that's why today I have decided that I will start writing.
This is my first step.