Commitment

Com·mit·ment | kəˈmitm(ə)nt |
noun

  1. the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.: the company’s commitment to quality.
    • a pledge or undertaking: I cannot make such a commitment at the moment.
  2. (usually commitments) an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of action: business commitments | young people delay major commitments including marriage and children.

I have not been committed to the cause of blogging. The fact is, content creation is challenging. Two, as a hobby, it is quickly cast aside in favor of other real priorities, but I would argue simple laziness and lack of willingness to put in the time to create a quality piece is my reason.

Today, I embark on another attempt to create a quality piece of writing at least once every two weeks. In addition, I will participate in my son’s quest to become a YouTuber. Little homie is 11 and falls in line with most young kids from 2017. I’m not sure where being a YouTuber falls today, but he says he is all in.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3617062/children-turn-backs-on-traditional-careers-in-favour-of-internet-fame-study-finds/

I aim to allow him to see how hard it is, educate and train himself, and see if he is serious or wants to do it as a hobby. Time will tell if he commits to seeing it thru.

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