If you don’t already know this, what you’re reading now is a blog that I write on a daily basis.
With an addition of a podcast (here) that is also done on a daily basis.
Along with these and the social media content, I also write my daily calendar series on my Instagram Stories, The Daily Zazz, a one-line to one-sentence introspecting about mindset and life.
Why am I saying all this?
Well, with the content created at this quantity, along with the feeling that I’m just starting out, a question keeps popping up at times…
“What happens when if I can’t create content anymore?”
And as much shocker as that question is for me, I have been able to come up with an answer for it as well.
The content stops when I stop learning, when I stop evolving and when my growth is affected.
It’s as simple as that.
When I improve and evolve, there’s something in my process which I learnt and experimented with and something must have come out of it – and that is what I also share and talk about.
So until that is happening, the content will also keep happening.
P. S. I feel this blog post is just for me, but what if this thought process brings value to someone else who might be thinking about this as well! You never know!
I have a daily podcast too, Mindset Marketing Movies – an RTH24 podcast – daily digestible episodes on mindset, marketing and movies.