Today marks the 100th day streak of articles written on Korruption Studios. There’s a few things that i’ve learned on the way. I’m very proud for staying consistent, no matter the condition. From battling COVID-19, to losing motivation, nothing was going to stop me from reaching my goal.
One thing that I’ve learned along the way is that persistence is purpose. There was no way I was going to stray off course. Every day, whether I wanted to or not, I wrote. The consistency made me appreciate the journey, which is only just beginning. Korruption Studios has become one of the many things that I live for, it gives me a strong sense of purpose; like i’m doing something that matters, even if it only matters to me.
The second thing that I’ve learned along the way is to have no expectations. When I started writing on this website, I did not care if I was the only person that ever laid eyes on it. All of my focus was internally, I wanted to be a writer so I became just that. I wrote about what I thought was interesting, entertaining, and could possibly help or enlighten readers. I will always stay true to that goal, as this brand grows. Even now, I have no expectations, and I’m filled with joy at the success i’ve had.
The third and final thing I learned, was that learning can be extremely fun. Every day, i’ve learned something new and have been able to put it out in the world (by use of the internet). It’s inspiring, even to my own self. There’s too much non-sense polluting our thoughts, coming in from every direction. When I write, I am 100% focused on the task at hand and truly immersed in the subject i’m researching. I love it, and I hope that the articles have inspired, helped, and provided knowledge to those who read.
I thank everyone, the casual viewers and subscribers, for reading the articles on this website. You are all along with me on this journey, and it is a blessing. My name is Brandon Fraction, and I am ten billion percent sure that I will make a difference. Even though this is the first achievement, I won’t be slowing down. 1,000 Days of Discipline is a far-future, I can’t even imagine. But, it’s never about the end goal; It’s about how you get there.