Took a while to get back to this thought! So much has been going on recently!
So I saw a post by Steve Caballero over on Instagram, and it summed up perfectly the point I was trying to make in that last post…
People see the end result – they are the success and the skill obtained through patience, hard work, the grind, hustle, practise, planning, self sacrifice and so on.
And they ascribe it to ‘talent”
Is there a reason for this? Maybe.
Could it be because people know deep down inside what it takes to be a success, to be seen as a talented individual, and they don’t have it in them? Or they aren’t prepared to sacrifice so much to, in their eyes, “make it”
It’s all within our reach, as Marcus Aurelius once stated “Because a thing seems difficult for you, do not think it impossible for anyone to accomplish.”
Have an awesome day!