Keep Going

Doing your passion is really difficult. There are a lot of “things” that want to get in the way of your goals. The trouble is, those “things” will win almost all the time when it comes to you doing what you want to do. The challenge is finding a way to give your passions a seat in the front row.

Sometimes, in order to do the work, you have to find ways to be able to do the work.

But that can’t let you stop from doing little bits of work in the mean time. Its almost like a mortgage. For the first several years of the payment plan, you are paying off the interest. Only after you have paid the principle down by little bits are you afforded the chance to spend larger amounts of time doing your passion project(s).

Time is often listed as the enemy, but time should be looked at as your friend. Time should be seen as a resource that can be tapped into whenever it is available. Early on, time will be measure in moments. Whats important is that you don’t view that early on as requiring you to be young. Your passion does not care how old you are. The people who will benefit from your passion do not care how old you are.

Keep going……keep going towards the horizon and travel the roads that need to be traveled in order to succeed. The best part is you get to define what success is. The obstacles, the requirements of the day to day need to be taken care of but the passion will have its moments and those moments will turn into the star of the show.

Keep going because we do the things we have to so we can support the passions that drive us. There are times when we are lost, tired and unsure of what to do next. If we are following our passions, we get to define the path we take and the way to cure that lost feeling is to…

…Keep Going.

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