|19th February 2013, 12:00 AM||#1|
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Talent, patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success
In a hundred people, about 25 of them might have an inborn talent to be better than the 75. Like in the scope of music, for the 75, to be a good musician 'demands' hard work and endless practice. For the 25, because of their talent of 'perfect pitch', they could instantly recognize notes and to be a great musician will require passion for music and joyful practice doing what might come naturally to them.
I was told by many when I was younger that I could be anything I wanted to be just like what many teachers and such will tell their students.
( Personal Video on the Journey so far)
Only my closest to me told me since young, to be what you want to be and can be the best you can be. I was not forced to study, I excelled in it because it was fun, then I slackened in it and enjoyed soccer more as I could run faster than 75% of others, though not as skillful as the talented 25% in soccer. Then I studied again, and enjoyed it.
As an adult, it is no longer an insight to know the 25% of things you can excel in and the 75% which is otherwise of half a harvest instead of a full one. It is a responsibilty as the bread is won by us.
Not all plantations reap full harvests, choose your crops well, for the seasons are long in their terms. Tend to them with care and the fruits will be for your pickings.
Some say the art of perfection is because of practice. Isn't practice about making enough 'failures' to learn what works and what doesn't anymore? Persevere, never give up and the prize will be sweet to the lips upon the first touch of victory.
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