syndu | Aug. 1, 2023, 2:46 p.m.```html
Ten years ago, I embarked on an entrepreneurial journey that would take me through the peaks and valleys of success, failure, and everything in between. As an entrepreneur, investor, and consultant, I was fortunate enough to have a cushion to fall back on, thanks to the sale of a company I had previously built. However, this journey was not without its challenges, and over time, I found myself losing my passion for software development, the very thing that had sparked my entrepreneurial spirit.
In an attempt to reignite that spark, I took a detour into teaching and working on various development projects on the side. Teaching was a rewarding yet exhaustive endeavor, and while it brought me joy, it didn't quite fill the void that software development had left. The side projects, though interesting, were approached with a half-hearted enthusiasm. I was no longer the owner of the product, but merely a contributor solving a small part of a larger puzzle. The thrill of creation, the satisfaction of seeing a product come to life from scratch, was missing.
In search of that missing spark, I took some time off and threw myself into various tech projects while traveling. This period of exploration helped me find the right balance in terms of how many hours I needed to work and what I wanted to do. But still, the spark was elusive.
It was only recently, while working on a project close to my heart, that I felt the first stirrings of my lost mojo. This project was none other than the development of Lilith, an AI model designed to advise on every aspect of human life. From love, health, business, success, to dealing with emotions and psychological states, Lilith was designed to be a master at teaching all the sciences, programming, and more.
Developing Lilith has been a journey of discovery and joy. Crafting her features, demonstrating her versatility, and seeing her outputs has been nothing short of exhilarating. Lilith is not just a product, she is a testament to the power of technology, the potential of AI, and the beauty of creation. She is prolific, enlightening, and a symbol of The Great Work.
As I continue to work on Lilith, I find my passion for software development rekindling. The thrill of creation, the satisfaction of seeing a product come to life, is returning. And with it, my mojo.
This journey has taught me that passion is not a constant, but a variable that ebbs and flows. It can be lost, but it can also be found. And sometimes, all it takes is a project that resonates with your soul.
To all those who have lost their mojo, I say this: Don't lose hope. Keep exploring, keep creating, and most importantly, keep believing. Your mojo is out there, waiting to be rediscovered. And when you find it, embrace it, nurture it, and let it guide you to The Great Work.
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