Why did I stop worrying about results?

Kemil Beltre
2 min readAug 9


When I started writing on Medium, every time I published something I couldn’t wait to re-post it everywhere (LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.). With the silly idea of getting more views.

And in the end, if what you have created is useful, people will find it sooner or later.

First lessons learned:

Anything that you create a blog or any kind of project, don’t waste your energy sharing it with people who are unlikely to be interested.

The people who are really interested will be the first to follow you and subscribe or support you in some other way.

Second lessons learned:

Don’t base your motivation on results, fall in love with the process of perseverance.

Some times success is a matter of luck, but most of the time is a matter of who stays the most consistent in the long run.

I have stopped writing many times, with many silly excuses and that is something that prevented me from growing in this platform.


It is better idea to trust the process and think that what you are doing today will connect to your future. No forcing or trying to do more in less.

You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. — Steve Jobs



Kemil Beltre