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I have just started my wordpress blog which you can find at http://ift.tt/2orRzmh 😁💕 It is a work in progress at the moment but my printables will be up shortly 😊
I try and post a new blog post once a week too, and I have just published my Top 10 Tips To Be More Productive.
In terms of resources I suggest using wordpress or wix as they are so easy to use! If you need any help though please feel free to message me!:)
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Dont Follow Your Passion, Follow Your Effort | blog maverick:
Think about all the things you have been passionate about in your life. Think about all those passions that you considered making a career out of or building a company around. How many were/are there ? Why did you bounce from one to another ? Why were you not able to make a career or business out of any of those passions ? Or if you have been able to have some success, what was the key to the success.? Was it the passion or the effort you put in to your job or company ?
If you really want to know where you destiny lies, look at where you apply your time.
Time is the most valuable asset you don’t own. You may or may not realize it yet, but how you use or don’t use your time is going to be the best indication of where your future is going to take you .
Let me make this as clear as possible
1. When you work hard at something you become good at it.
2. When you become good at doing something, you will enjoy it more.
3. When you enjoy doing something, there is a very good chance you will become passionate or more passionate about it
4. When you are good at something, passionate and work even harder to excel and be the best at it, good things happen.
Don’t follow your passions, follow your effort. It will lead you to your passions and to success, however you define it.
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“Always keep in mind your dream. Get as close to it as you can. Then be patient. You never know what doors will open up.”
– Richard N. Bolles
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“You’ve got to be careful. If you don’t know where you’re going, because you might not get there.”
– Yogi Berra (1925-)
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How Laolu Senbanjo Overcame Parental Objection to Pursue a Career in the Arts:
A very nicely-written article on how Nigerian artist Laolu Senbanjo overcame his father’s/family’s wishes for him to be a lawyer; to pursue his dream as an artist. And he couldn’t be more successful/happier. An inspiring read for people who want to pursue their dreams in spite of parental/social objections!
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yknow theres a lot of pressure to be successful, particularly on artsy kids whose professions are seen as useless unless theyre famous, but life is fucking hard and sometimes things dont turn out
but i think thats not bad. my dad has wanted to be a musician forever, and hes rly pretty good. but then he joined the military to get away from an abusive family, and then he got married, and then he got divorced, and a lot of horrible shit HAPPENED. he has ptsd and severe anxiety and he could never really get back on the horse. and he never made it as a musician, and now hes 53
but i grew up in a house full of instruments, and he can play all of them, and some of my earliest memories are of him playing guitar on the front porch and me thinking there wasnt a better musician in the world. so. even if you dont get to the stars, exactly, what you do isnt worthless. its not a waste of time if life is difficult and you cant make it, or if you arent famous, or if your work doesn’t influence thousands of people. it will influence someone
there are a million ways to be happy and a million ways to be a successful artist. we create what we do to enhance the human experience and relate to each other and improve ourselves. theres something to be said for just doing that,,,for the sake of doing it, yknow
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“Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.”
– Suzy Kassem
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