#100DaysofFeelings: On Day 13, I felt like quitting, but decided to finish.

Yesterday was my first missed day. 

I didn't even realize I'd done it until I was falling asleep in my bed.

But I'll keep on sharing my feelings daily because this year is all about finishing the things I'd started. Especially after the comment I got on Youtube:

"Did you quit???"

That was under one of my attempted 30 Days of Sucking at Vlogging.

Sadly, I stopped both very early in the experiment because every time I started, it just felt like such a HUGE task - you gotta look acceptable, then adjust the lighting and webcam settings, script and shoot the whole thing, and then EDIT. 

Too much work, and I guess sucking doesn't come so easy to me.

(Just kidding. I was pretty good at sucking at podcasting.)

The Youtube comment hit a nerve, which is why I have been finishing everything I started this year. And I will keep finishing things until it becomes a habit. So there, this #100DaysofFeelings thing is going to have to work out somehow.

Which reminds me of another thing that happened:

I was watching the Voice of Bulgaria, which is this musical competition like X Factor and American Idol. (I think it's simply The Voice abroad.) And it was the part where two girls were having a duel - both sing the same song and one has to win and stay on the show while the other is either stolen from another teacher or kicked out. So my favorite got the boot because she started strong and finished weak, while her opponent did the opposite. In my mind, it was a mistake. Until one of the teachers rationalized his decision.

When you're an artist, you have to learn how to finish strong.

And that is why the finish is more important than the start, which I am a bigger fan of, but without the finish, you would have nothing.

Nothing to show.

Let me know if you;re a starter or a finisher on twitter, ok?

 

Violeta Nedkova

Violeta Nedkova is a multipassionate marketer who loves helping people. She talks and writes about marketing with purpose and personality because it's so much better than traditional marketing.