Hello Friends! I hope all is well with you! I just wanted to apologize for neglecting this blog and neglecting you all. I should have been posting consistently and creating the content that everyone loves and signed up for! There are some lessons that I learned over the past year that I wanted to share with you all. Mr. Nahas, what are they? Well… I know you don’t want to hear this, but it’s about how patience is a virtue
Patience is Virtue
If there is one thing that I could just wake up and automatically master is patience. Patience in itself might be one of the most important traits that we all need to learn and master! If you have it, you can conquer the world with it. I am guilty of this as much as everybody, but I get frustrated when I don’t see progress right away. For example, if I posted something and I didn’t automatically get a lot of views or likes, then I considered it a failure, but that is only because I didn’t have patience to let the whole process play out. So many of us, including myself, want to rush the process or hit it big like we see all over the internet and for the most part, that is unrealistic. We just need to be patient and continue to work hard and, one day all the hard work will pay off. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m a firm believer in trying to do a 10-year plan in 3 years, but that is just because you can accomplish more if you push yourself and consistently work hard. Patience is understanding that it may take a little more than what you have planned for! All in all, patience is a skill that we need to learn!
Consistency is Key
Have you ever heard the Bruce Lee saying, “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times?” Consistency is crucial to success. You have to be willing to wake up everyday and do the list of things you want to do in order to become the person you envisioned you would become. That’s where patience comes into play, being patient and consistent is the ultimate formula to success and becoming the person you envisioned yourself you would become.
Mr. Nahas, how can I practice patience and consistency? That is an awesome question! I would say just have the mindset that it’s okay to not get where you want to get to right away, it’s a marathon and not a sprint. Remember, Patience is a virtue. It’s okay for it to take longer than expected but the most important thing is to be patient and to be consistent. That is a mistake I have made over the past year; I gave up because I wasn’t patient for the results, and since I wasn’t patient, I wasn’t consistent. I want to start being patient and consistent here, this platform is all about your growth and learning, and I hope you can learn from my mistakes!
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