I don’t have the answer. That’s why there’s a question mark in the title.
But I know how it won’t work.
It won’t work if the idea remains a thought, a dream, or even turning into a nightmare. (Because… you know, unfulfilled things might hunt you.)
It won’t work if you take one step forward and stops when it gets a little bit harder.
It won’t work if you get a bit sweetness out of a short period of hard work and then call it a day — and you are doing it not because you are satisfied, but because you are afraid of failing.
It won’t work if you think it’s too much to ask for life to give you what you really want. “I have this so it’s not fair to ask for that.” Who are you taking it from?
It won’t work if you don’t have a structure — any structure — when you have more than one thought in your head, more than one thing you need to do a day.
It won’t work if you put (imagined) others in the spotlight of your life.
It won’t work if you are a closed person.
It won’t work if you are too careless.
It won’t work if you can too much.
It won’t work if you take yourself and life too seriously.
It won’t work if you don’t have a brake.
It won’t work if you pulling the brake the whole time.
So how can you make it work?
I’m really asking.