As a result of the way things are today, many of the artists and entrepreneurs I regularly speak with are frustrated to see their staff, bandmates, set crew, actors and even their audience wearing masks again. However, frustration is a good thing because it shows you’re working hard at trying to figure out the most intelligent thing to do.
That said, frustration is also a trap, and left unchecked it eventually leads to procrastination, which leads to apathy. And once you don’t care anymore it’s not only dangerous, it also means you have forgotten, or worse yet abandoned the most important thing of all: What you’re committed to!
Important because while your waiting for the world to return to the way it was you may want to do a little soul searching and remind yourself what really matters, what you have at stake, and what you are truly committed to in your life. Not like an interrogation, more like a meditation.