Perfect Moment?

To be significant, all you have to do is make a difference with others wherever you are, with whatever you have , day by day. When you intentionally use your every day life to bring about positive change in the lives of others, you begin to live a life that matters. Reese Witherspoon.

Sometimes we postpone our plans for the perfect moment; the perfect apartment, the perfect or coolest gadget( definitely a slimmer one, DSLR camera, tripod stand), the perfect job etc. Our plans can only actualise in that perfect atmosphere, thus they never do as there’s no perfect moment in life at times. You have to seize and capture moments and opportunities but they’re not flying around and playing catch all the time. Thus you work towards them.

If you want to live a life that matters, don’t start when you get good, start now so you become good.The Wait.

A bad workman blames his tools. Start now  and when you’ll get the “right tools” you’ll already have tried, failed, learnt and became better. Start now so you’ll inspire someone, start now so that you’ll grow. The difference between a master and a  beginner is that the master failed many times and never gave up. Move towards  your vision and resources will move towards you. – John Maxwell.

The first draft is always crap. Ernest Hemmingway

The first recorded song, drawing, portrait, modelling gig, poem, spoken word; cannot be compared to seven drafts after that. Well sometimes most of us nail it from the word go, but most of us…

Nobody was born knowing, we all learn, stumble,fall,wake up and dust ourselves. So don’t let perfection hinder you, enjoy the process and the journey. Enjoy creating whichever content you are creating. Perfection will come.

The gap between  a person’s ambition and the quality of their work is pretty wide. With time and hardwork it begins to close, and skill more closely reflects the artist passion,. Ira Glass.

If you are still wondering about the perfect moment, do research, follow people with the same passion as you. Learn from their strengths, build on their mistakes, copy them  and be better,

Still worrying and with fear? Don’t be. Trust God and have, Faith like potatoes!

Ecclesiastes7:8 The end of a matter is better than its beginning.

Reading: The Wait.

Listening: To Utuku wi Maguru by David Kigomo.

 

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