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WHAT MAKES YOU FORGET TO EAT AND POOP?

We’ve all had that experience where we get so wrapped up in something that minutes turn into hours and hours turn into “Holy crap, I forgot to have dinner.”

Supposedly, in his prime, Isaac Newton’s mother had to regularly come in and remind him to eat because he would go entire days so absorbed in his work that he would forget.

I used to be like that when it came to playing sports and being outdoors that I realized that my passion wasn’t for just being outside playing sports (although I did love it). My passion was for improvement, being good at something and then trying to get better. Being outside–the basketball and soccer games, being rough and running around with the boys–it was cool, but I could have easily lived without it. It’s the competition–with others, but especially with myself–that I thrive on.

And when I applied that obsessiveness for self-improvement and self-competition to my life, it changed drastically. Maybe for you, it’s something else. Maybe it’s organizing things efficiently, or getting lost in a fantasy world, or teaching somebody something, or solving technical problems. Whatever it is, don’t just look at the activities that keep you up all night, but look at the cognitive principles behind those activities that enthrall you. Because they can easily be applied elsewhere.

–Visualizing Virtue: Creativity with Character

Knight

Véé Nelly is a self-motivated, creative author who writes to share his thoughts and experiences with the public. The mission of this website at https://knightvision.ink, is to inspire other aspiring authors to publish their writing. Genres that he is most interested in reading and writing include Horror, Crime, suspense, Thrillers, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Eschatology, and spiritual novel. He loves a well-crafted book with twists and turns. At home, Véé Nelly is the oldest of four siblings, an uncle to three, and the father of three. As the son of a retired Army Veteran and a mother who played the role of both parents, he had a difficult childhood. Although he had been through more than most, he drew hope and optimism from his experiences and directed his feelings into writing to share with the world. Outside of reading and writing, Véé Nelly’s hobbies include playing sports, cooking, creating new dishes, deep-sea fishing, sculpting, and volunteering. With a wide range of hobbies and experiences, he is able to produce varying and unique characters with different backgrounds and lives. Some of Véé Nelly’s favorite authors include John Grisham, Anne Rice, Stephanie Meyer, Dean Koontz, Stephen King, James Patterson, and Mary Higgins Clark. Still, Nelly would say that the most significant influence in his writing comes from music rather than reading. Artists such as Joe, Room 112, Brian Mcknight, Jon B., Avant, Keith Sweat, and other R&B musicians from the 80s and 90s were his greatest inspiration. Véé Nelly has self-published two series: “Visions of Poetry” and “Visions of Truth.” The first series includes “Poetic Knight,” “Thorns and Roses,” “Midnight Rendezvous,” and the newly released collector’s edition, “Visions of Prosetry.” The Second series includes “Death Unto Life” and the collector’s edition “A King’s Fall.” Both of these series are available for purchase from our online bookstore. Véé Nelly has just released his new book, a suspense thriller titled “Dark Haze - The Island,” which is currently available. He plans to release a novel based on his life story within the near future called “Unburnt, Surviving My Enemies Flame.”