Not everyone has a project they get up at 4am every morning to work on.
Most people would rather watch TV then write a blog post are create a great piece of work.

But that’s changing.

When I finished writing Samurai I was stressed. Not because I was worried about how the book would sell, or how popular it would get. I was stressed because I didn’t know what I was going to work on next.

This is nothing new. Startups suffer this when they get acquired. Directors when they finish movies. And authors when they finish books. They become vagabonds. Wandering the desert in search of their next project. And they are miserable until they find it.

So if you’ve found your passion, and you’ve got a great project you are working on. Enjoy it.

And never take for granted the joy that comes from working on it – because of course it’s not work.