“Everything that breaths has life and every sound tells of its existence. Sprouting from the known takes a lot of determination to succeed in the unknown.” Sams.
I took a look at the life of Steve Jobs at 21 as a school drop-out and how he struggled through to the man behind the great “Apple” and I said to myself “that is another great life example of from the known to the unknown”
Every life has a beginning. This is just the beginning of the reality to the unknown where aspirations would pick destinations of blisses. Life is different from a teacher because a teacher teaches and takes the exam but life takes exam first and then teaches a lesson. The beginning of anything might not go as we expect, but we know that “consistency brings about perfection which results in joyful ending.”
The problem for alot of us is that when we go about our lives, we interact with so many “big” things and forget or do not really know how they originally started. This gives me the impression that great things almost always start small and that the best things we know and love started as tiny things. Steve Jobs is another great example: He started with his two friends as a team and today he is the leader with many friends in his team.
Did I hear you say “how do I start?” A lot of people have ideas, but there are few who decide to do something about it now. Why the wait? Just start up from that thing you always love doing and start right there where you are. Enough of the excuses! I remember the words of Steve Jobs and I quote:
“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”
Look at the lives of those around you who have risen to stardom. Have you ever taken a peep into their beginning? It is right time you start thinking of getting into the limelight of stardom too. Do not let that vision of yours go down the drain. In the end of it all, the vision without the ability to execute it, is absolutely hallucination. Stop hallucinating!!
You can breath, this proves you have ability to put that vision to work now. Just rise up! Shake off the shackles and bring that idea of yours into action. It might be rough along the way but your ability to sail through it, proves your desire to succeed. There is always a light at the end of the tunnel. What else is holding you bound? Sprout and take your space.
Keep this in mind:
Be focused, accept challenges, communicate but avoid gossip and set priorities and goals.
“From small beginnings come great things and the secret of getting ahead is getting started” Tiny Buddha
I wish you the best!