30 Days Writing Challenge: Someone Who Inspires Me
I often say that it is my family that inspires me to keep on pursuing my dreams and to hustle more. I don't know how many articles did I write that I mentioned them. I can't count it already and I can't remember it all. I'd be lying if I deny it, either. Also, it would be redundant to keep mentioning them on every topic like this and I guess, you are already sick of reading repetitive topics, right?
Aside from them, the people who inspire me most to make me better and to hustle more are the Power Writers here on Read.cash, Noise.cash, and Hive. They are a lot and I don't want to mention them one by one here. I don't know how will I finish the article if I do that. By saying Power Writers, you already know who you are here and I hope this article can reach you as my appreciation to all of you for inspiring us to go beyond our limits and come out of our comfort zone.
Whenever I see an article with good quality and a lot of upvotes, I'm not jealous or discouraged that mine was not appreciated like theirs. Honestly, I'm happy every time seeing their article. Though seeing my earnings in a dire state, their quality articles encourage me to write more and make it better every time. It made me push myself to release the creativity hidden at the edge of my mind. It made me look up to them every time and encourage myself that someday I can also write like them.
I have been always reading their articles if I have free time and it is often at the top of my reading priorities. I get to learn new ideas, new writing styles, and some tips on how to build my account. If you could have time to check my past articles, only a few readers have noticed and appreciate them. Not until I pushed myself and break my limits to join the Power Writers, engage with them, made them my role model, and learn from them.
Believe me, it worked for me. I can still remember the first time that I got a lot of attention and upvotes. It was in a roleplaying prompt by Kudo in his Earth After Dark Community. At first, I was too shy to join prompts. I observe him first and learn how he does it; that's when I decided to join the fun. My first entry in his prompts is the article Earth After Dark: Setting Out, which made me earn a lot of readers, and $20.34 which was my first biggest earnings in Read.cash.
Since then, I changed that "this is all I can do" mindset to "observe, learn, and execute". Sometimes, you just need the inspiration to push yourself to break your limits and do more than you usually do. It's a matter of breaking the habit, coming out of your comfort zone, and trying out new things. That's why whenever I see powerful writers, I don't get jealous but I set them as my inspiration that someday I can also be like them.
It's nostalgic to reminisce about our first achievements. If I could go back in time, I would go back to that moment to feel the joy and excitement that I felt back then. The kind of determination that I have, and the eagerness to explore more about the blogging world. That kind of motivation I have back then that I'm determined to build my name on this platform. Looking at it now, I can truly say that I have succeeded with that mission and still enjoy the glory that I have earned with that hard work.
May we all flourish. Thanks for reading!
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