Recently I wrote about the artist who has so much to express. Today it’s about the person, not the artist, that feels like they have so much to say but not enough opportunity to express it. The person that feels frustrated of not being understood.
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Rather than chasing a life-long pursuit of happiness, redefine your time-frame to something more manageable. Aim to achieve it regularly. Frequently. Continuously. Allow your life-long pursuit for happiness to transform into a pursuit of achieving regular states of happiness.
Quote – Fail Fast. Learn Fast. Improve Fast. You have to try things (and sometimes fail) and just keep learning from them. The goal is NOT to let fear of failure stop you.
Set aside time to get things done. Let it be time to ‘work’ on it, rather than the only opportunity to ‘complete’ it. Shift your perspective and gain results.
Quote – Hold the vision, trust the process. A very powerful concept for creative, artists, and those who constantly juggle multiple tasks. It’s a helpful concept to keep in mind, especially when you find yourself questioning whether you’re actually on the right path.
I want to share with you a photography quote I came across today. Not because it’s a photography quote but because I believe it holds a much more valuable lesson behind it, one on life. It's a quote by Elliott Erwitt, who is apparently a well-known advertising and...
Happiness is a choice. Choose happiness.
Make time to explore nature on a daily basis. Nature, the pretty kind, the one you envision that’s a long drive away may be closer than you think. Try it and see.
If you’re someone who loves to find and read quotes, then this is for you. If you’re someone who likes to sit and ponder a quote after you’ve read it, then this is DEFINITELY FOR YOU. For a little pick-me-up in their day, some people make coffee (guilty!). Some use...
Going through a hard time is like returning to running after some time off. The initial stage is difficult and it almost feels unbearable. The focus becomes more about the feelings, the sensations, and drifts away from logic. The longer you allow yourself to dwell on the negatives, the more it seems to tighten its grasp of you.