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To be great, you need practice

To be great, you need practice

If you want to be good at anything, you practice. The exact opposite of that is making excuses. This isn't reserved just for creativity and physical fitness, this also includes your social skills. Someone who is shy can simply dismiss themselves as having social anxiety and being an introvert and never try to inch out of their shell. The discomfort that comes from these things is where the growth lives. It's easier said than done of course (but saying anything will always be easier than doing it). We're either making progress or excuses, and baby steps are more valuable than any excuse you can come up with. We all want the progress to show up yesterday, but the truth is, anything you're actually good at, you developed slowly over time. When you were a kid you didn't have an opportunity to say no, because adults called the shots. Now it's up to you if you want to learn how to code, or do public speaking, or learn how to braid beards; the sooner you start, the sooner you'll start growing at it. What we say means very little in comparison to our actions, so spend less time thinking and talking about shit, and just do it. Whatever it is, guitar lessons, pushups, vlogging, dancing, or writing that book you always said you'd get around to. Devote 15 minutes a day for now, and see where it takes you. You'll also learn how lucky people who work their asses off are. What's that thing you've been putting off that you want to start practicing? Leave a comment and let me know. #BLESS

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  • I need to work on my social life. I always have the excuse that “I’m too weird for normal ppl”, but really I just find it exhausting trying to form new relationships. It’s definitely a muscle i have to build. Thanks for the inspiration. Much love 💕


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