Why Daydreaming is Ruining Your Creativity

Three months ago, I was lying in bed dreaming about this moment.

I kept telling myself, “One day, I’ll wake up and the holidays will be here.”

Fast forward to two months before the holiday, and I was cursing under my breath, thinking, “Damn, it’s still two months away.”

One month before the holiday, the excitement started bubbling up, but it still felt so far off.

And now, here I am, one day before the holiday, sitting here, marveling at how fast time flies.

Strange, isn’t it?

So, why am I telling you this?

Well, there are two big lessons here.

First, never underestimate the power of being present. And second, savor every damn moment you’ve got on this spinning rock we call home.

If you’re always stuck in your head, daydreaming about the future, you’ll miss out on the present. You’ll miss the magic happening around you right now.

It could be anything…

The most obvious is quality time with your loved ones. But it’s also about appreciating nature, your personal growth, seizing spontaneous opportunities, and finding joy in simple pleasures like a good conversation.

And here’s a big one for me: creativity and inspiration. You don’t want to be walking around with your head in the clouds, missing out on all the amazing stuff happening around you. Especially when it comes to drawing inspiration from your surroundings.

You’d be amazed at how the smallest things can spark a brilliant idea. Like a piece of trash on the side of the road inspiring a flyer design for a cleaning company.

Or seeing a woman cleaning her window sparking a series of ads about the importance of washing your gear after a mountain bike ride, selling everything from power washers to cleaning cloths.

In other words, don’t miss out on those small details you can only catch when you’re fully present.

Tune your antenna. You’ll find that coming up with new ideas becomes a breeze.

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9-5 Jobs, My Take On How To Become Independent…

Don’t care which job it is—hairdresser, call center, office jobs, postman, cleaner, caregiver, waitress—most of them were designed to make you a slave.

They turn you into a worker bee, shut you up, and condition you to become less and less independent.

In fact, the biggest enemy for the government is your independence.

They want you to work for minimum wage, doing something that has no meaning. The fewer questions you ask, the better.

Unless you enjoy that, why not chase something you’re really passionate about?

And if you have no idea what your passion is right now, don’t beat yourself up…

Perhaps these tips can help…

Read books about successful people for an hour a day to open your mind to new possibilities.

Join online groups where passionate people hang out, and see what they are talking about.

Turn yourself into a big sponge to absorb all the ideas you don’t even know exist right now.

In my opinion, the best place to find unlimited ideas is Magazines.com.

There are thousands of magazines about any kind of passion or subject you can imagine, sometimes even the most ridiculous things you would never think of. All profitable, all tested ideas.

One thing you can be sure of is that, once it is in the magazine, it is profitable. Businesses pay crazy money to have their ads displayed. The subjects in the magazines, for example “knitting,” are profitable niches. People spend money in those niches. So, look at the ads. Look at the headlines and see if that’s something for you.

Remember, you can become an expert in anything you want.

The funny thing is that you don’t even have to become an expert, you just have to be one step ahead of the person reading or watching your content.


Another great place is Udemy.com.

There are courses—from knitting to becoming an expert real estate agent. See if there is something you like and can imagine doing.

Etsy.com is another one, especially the category section. There are hundreds of products in any niche you can think of. Is there a niche you like?

The best-selling items on Amazon.com are also a great example where you can tap into unlimited ideas.

And so… pick something that’s closest to your heart and go fully into it.

Read books about the subject, join courses, and learn from people who are a few steps ahead of you. Keep learning until you become an expert yourself and can share your knowledge with others.

Create your own following on Instagram or Facebook like Jess did in the knitting niche.

She lost her job and had no idea what she was going to do next. It took her four months to discover that knitting is something she likes and would like to learn about. She also found that there are thousands of women wanting to learn about knitting. So, every time she learned something, she shared it on her Instagram page along with her opinions about it and photos and videos of her knitting.

In less than six months of consistently posting on her Instagram page, she built a following of over one hundred thousand followers who hang on to everything she posts. Now, two years later, she has her own course about knitting and is considered the number one knitting expert in the niche—making six figures a year selling her course, earning money from advertising, and so on.

Now, the question is, would any of that have happened if she had pursued the traditional way of finding a full-time job and slaving her time for minimum wage?

Probably not.

She would have had no time and energy and most likely would have ended up just dreaming about what it would be like to be independent and have time for herself… like most of us do.

Because having freedom in life is the best thing EVER!

You know that.

I know that….

…and so, find your passion and pursue it!

Chase your dreams until you don’t have to go to sleep to dream about them.

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I hope this message helped.

All the best,


Heard of This Font?

A few days ago, I stumbled upon a beautiful font.

You know when you look at an advertisement and can’t help but wonder, “What the hell is this font?”

And the more you look at it, the more you like it…

Well, that’s exactly what happened to me the other day.

I took a screenshot of the headline (by the way, this font is perfect for headlines, titles, and news-style ads) where you need a font that screams, “Look at me, I’m here!” and will help you keep that attention.

It’s bold and it stands out.

It’s something you can’t miss when you stumble upon it.

Not too different from getting smacked with a hammer right in your face.

Anyway, after I took the screenshot, I went to find out what it is using tools like “whatthefont” from MyFonts, and it spat out a few options.

After digging into it with a magnifying glass, I finally found out what font it is… and it was none other than,


It’s part of Adobe Fonts.

It’s expensive, and you probably won’t own it until you’re a hundred percent in love with it and want this font to be your main font.

Here, I wanted to show you how I used in my recent design.

So… What do you think?

I also used Montserrat for the subheading.

Do you like it?

Rolling Into Monday With A New Movie Poster Designed In Glorify

…which actually begs the question.

Can you design movie posters in Glorify?

The simple answer is yes, but keep in mind that Glorify was not designed to handle heavy use of layers, textures, or gradients.

Masking in Glorify is non-existent.

In other words, it ain’t Photoshop!

Working with multiple layers can be a challenge, especially when you’re trying to cover parts of the image that you don’t want to see. Sometimes it requires stacking up layers in a specific way to get the desired outcome…

…which means it’s gonna be a long day for ya if that’s what you need.

For that kind of work, by all means, go to Photoshop. In Photoshop, you’ve got other tools like clipping masks and so on, making it easier to design movie posters.

But anyway… even though Glorify wasn’t designed for such things, it’s still a great tool to use to design anything you want, especially if you have zero design skills.

In fact my favorite design tool…

If you’re intetested and want to check it out, you can try it for 7 days for free.

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All the best…


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