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“Tijolinho” by Monique Payan (Tijolinho)
Stone sharpography (Sharpie on Stone). Self Portrait.
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A man’s health can be judged by which he takes two at a time-pills or stairs — Joan Welsh
Too BIG to start?
I have a friend who is a massage therapist. He is very well known in my hometown and has built a large network. His practice is successful and he has goals of creating something much larger with a focus on wellness. So I asked him recently about his progress and I got an interesting answer, he said, “I have a lot of things I want to do,… I have to be fully committed,… I want to do it right”. This sounds great right…? Maybe, but if doing it right means everything has to be perfect then this is an absolutely HORRIBLE idea! We often don’t pursue our goals because it is not the “perfect” time. I am guilty of this also but this blog is testament to my evolution. I am running a daily blog without owning a computer! What’s your excuse? I just want to emphasize that there is no “perfect” time, circumstance, situation, etc. We create the “perfect” situation by laying the foundation and building on it until we have the “perfect” environment for our idea to grow. If you want to create a Youtube channel because you have information to share, make a tripod and use your phone to make videos. If your content is good you will get views and will build momentum, then work towards getting a better camera, HD editing software, then a more professional background, etc. If you want to start a career as a personal trainer, start training people close to you, then get a job at a McFitness gym, then get a quality certification or degree, work at a more high end facility, begin purchasing equipment… Understand the idea? If you thought of everything you would have to do to make a dream a reality you would never start, don’t think of all the steps it will require, think of what steps you can take right now in that direction.
We’re all gonna make it.
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