Feeling bored yet?

Some of you have dusted off the ol’ projects shelf and dived in.

Or are working harder than ever, just to stay on top of things.

Perhaps you’ve found a new opportunity in all this that you’re pursuing with both hands outstretched.

If so, I’d say you’re in the minority.

Most of us are working here or there, ticking off to-do lists some of the time… and wondering what to do with the rest of your time.

There are plenty of TV shows and video games to distract you.

But maybe you don’t want to be distracted.

Maybe you want a project or two – something that will lift you up.

Make you stronger, smarter or more interesting.

The alternative is to waste away.

That’s unthinkable. If you only have one life – and what an interesting life it’s shaping up to be – then you might as well make something of it.

But plenty of us don’t know where to start.

I used to be like that. I had so much creative energy pent up inside, with no way to release it.

Now?

Even with a productive and disciplined work schedule, I dream up ideas much faster than I can execute them. I consider that a quality problem… and it sure beats the alternative.

There are infinite ways you can use what you have to improve on your lot. Not one-off ventures but long endeavours, where every day you work on them pays off immediately.

But infinite is a tad overwhelming.

So here are 60 of them.

Even if you dislike 90% of them (which is crazy high) and only spend four weeks on each (which, for most of them, is crazy low), then that’s almost six months’ worth of personal growth right there.

And if you did that, you’d spend less than 60 cents a week over that time.

In the (likely) event you get even more out if it, that price drops even more.

That’s why I’m inviting you to take a look at Three-Score Navike – the affordable eBook that might be exactly what you need right now:

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