This less than eight minute video from Jason Garfield has everything you need to learn juggling with three balls. It has:
Go look at the video. Click the link and go through it before you continue reading. I'll wait. Honest.
Back? Now of each one of you that saw the video we are going to have two groups of people, the ones who learn how to juggle three balls in the next one month and the ones who watch the video (maybe even try once), realize how hard juggling is and then get on with their life.
Juggling, pretty much like cycling, roller skating, ice skating, dancing, clicking good pictures or any hobby involving a serious skill for that matter has one attribute. It is incredibly frustrating when you start with it so it's easy to quit and find something simpler to do.
But if you keep working hard, it slowly becomes.... fun.
The process of picking up hobbies of this sort has a name. It's called playing hard.
People who play hard at fun often play hard at work.
Besides, if you aren't playing hard, are you even playing? Or hiding from failures and spending your leisure time sheltering your fears and doing things which are safe and boring?
Are you just responding to friends on facebook or surfing channels on television aimlessly? Or are you playing hard and having rich meaningful fun? Just a little something to think about.