I started out slow as a writer. It almost never happened. But with tenacity and diligence the skill has come into its own. Along the way I’ve written a few weak blogs, some lousy paragraphs and have misspelled a few words.
But that is part of the deal. I continue to pay a price for whatever measure of success will eventually come.
And you too.
Seth Godin says this: “People who are good in the long run fail a lot, especially at the beginning.”
Has your work and best effort been rejected? That is only an opportunity to do better work. Figure out what went wrong and fix it next time.
Ultimately you’ll go from good to great.
As Seth says, “The long run is a lot longer than the start.”
P Michael Biggs
One Moment at a Time