Life Trade : The supply and demand chains.

Wassily Kandinski- Artists at Work

Found this article on facebook (Oh the perk of social media!) through an acquaintance and I thought I’d share it here. The writer talks about 6 life’s hard truths that we need to acknowledge to be better of whatever we aspire to be. Although he mentioned that being nice often brings one nowhere, I, on the other hand, find that this is an added value that separate you from other beings. So nice is still in but dont just use that as an excuse. His article mainly focuses on giving yourself a skill that would make you valuable to the community, to come up with a trading skill that gives you the higher power in the supply and demand chains.
So I’m sharing this to serve as a reminder for myself to keep on doing what I’m doing right now. Something useful for us to start off the new year with. It’s time we stop figuring things out and just do it.

“…throw enough hours of repetition at it and you can get sort of good at anything.  …. It took me probably 20,000 hours of practice to sand the edges off my sucking.”

So, lets clock in more hours to sand off those rough edges. Ever heard of the 10,000hours-rule theory? It is said that a person requires at least ten years and/or 10,000 hours of deliberate practice to achieve an expert level of performance in any given domain.

It’s worth a try, right? So, Good luck!

There’s no entry of my sketches not because I stop doing it. Trust me, that’s the only thing that I keep doing right now. Every single day. I want to be good and I’m determine. I want to be so good that I cant even stand myself out of envy. haha. Ok, that doesn’t make any sense. But yeah.

So postings for Day 12th to 15th will be next.

About Bahijah Wahid

An aspiring art maker.

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