She said if you want to make anything last You gotta do the hard work and understand where you at
She said if you want to make anything last
You gotta do the hard work and understand where you at
And make the changes necessary to start to cleaning your act
Or nothing gets resolved and you just stay where you at
Stagnation can be camouflaged in many subtle forms.
It generates complacency, and continually proves that the single greatest threat to being great, is being good.
If you want to make anything last, you must do the work. It comes in countless prerequisites, each complete with their own needs and requirements. So while we may envision our path as a straight line through time, in reality, it proves to be far more circuitous than we may first imagine.
Finding a perpetual source of opportunities to personally level up, improve upon ourselves and emerge brighter and more vibrant than we were yesterday strikes me as the ultimate goal. It is most certainly what kicks my heels out of bed on a daily basis.
Recognizing our own personal weaknesses requires diligence and transparency with oneself. Can you own your own shortcomings? Sometimes we can, sometimes they are overpowering. The choice to clean up our acts requires brutal honesty with ourselves. A need to see ourselves objectively rather than subjectively. In this perspective, are we more likely to recognize and readily identify those traits, behaviors, choices or other that give us cause for maturation?
If I have a single pay forward spot, it is for artists and entrepreneurs who are working hard and up and coming. So many people gave me a big break when I was at that stage, I want to be sure I continue to do the same.
Saky’s lyrics touched me when he sent me his music video. It is well crafted, moving and touching on all levels… music, lyrics and vision.