Passion And Hardwork

When you have a passion for something then you tend not only to be better at it, but you work harder at it too
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Glee greetings!

I’ve been mulling over a thought that’s as simple as it is profound: passion. You see, Vera Wang once said,

“When you have a passion for something then you tend not only to be better at it, but you work harder at it too.”

And isn’t that just the truth?

Think about it. When you’re really into something, whether it’s baking the perfect sourdough or mastering the art of origami, you’re not just going through the motions. You’re in it. You’re giving it your all. And that’s because it’s not just a task; it’s a part of who you are.

So, what’s your thing? What’s that one activity that makes you lose track of time?

For me, it’s writing. It’s the way words can dance and sing on a page. It’s about creating worlds out of whispers and thoughts. And sure, it’s hard work. But it’s also joy. It’s life. A life I delight in.

And here’s the kicker: when you pour your heart into something, the quality just skyrockets. It’s like magic, but better, because it’s real. It’s you, putting a piece of your soul into something tangible.

So, I urge you to make a pact, you and your passion, today. Promise to give your passion the space it deserve in your life. Work at it, play with it, and let it flourish. Because when you do, you’re not just better at what you love – you’re more alive.

Just as I must write consistently to be better at writing, you also must be consistent with your passion if you desire mastery of it.

Until next time, stay passionate and sane.

With ❤️,

Jaachị Anyatọnwụ

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