Knowing why you are putting yourself through this challenging lifestyle change is very important for getting through the tough times effectively. The more emotionally charged your reasons for NoSurfing are, the more likely you’ll stick it through to success. As I’ve progressed, my reasons for NoSurfing have evolved. It’s not a bad thing if your motivators lose their spark over time. Just adjust to the change and find new ones. It’s good to review your motivators often.
I’ll now share the reasons why I am still NoSurfing today:
- I just know that I am happier when I do it. I’ve spent lots of time being unhappy in the past. I just wish to experience the good stuff for once and NoSurfing seems to be helping me with that a lot.
- I don’t like how most apps train us to be reactive. I don’t want to spend all my time reacting to things anymore. It doesn’t feel good. I just want peace.
- I don’t like how the algorithms feed me the same content over and over again. Getting out of these ecosystems governed by algorithms has allowed me to open my mind up to a lot of new ideas. Life seems much more exciting nowadays because I can see that there is so much that is possible out there. I want to keep things this way.
- NoSurfing allows me to be more purposeful with my time and energy. I feel good knowing I now have the ability to orchestrate my life in whatever direction I want it to go.
What are your reasons? Feel free to share them below.