Why I write.
That's a great article 

Keni I think knowing why we do something keeps opportunities possible. Wanting to be good at something or known for something just isn't enough of a reason. You'll quit along the way.

I was thinking about this while listening to the new 
Joe Rogan
Dave Chappelle
where Dave says how cool it is that all of the things Joe does today primarily are things he got into with no visible outcome initially. Joe had no intentions of being known as a 
commentator or being known for 
. He just knew he wanted to do it and he had his why.

For much of my writing life I've wanted to be recognized and that drove my habit and that's probably why I've struggled to keep the habit.
Abraham Kim