Every professional was first an amateur

Always remember, every professional was first an amateur. They had to master their craft (whatever that craft was) and persist using dedication and commitment. Only after significant time was applied (and this could be months and most likely years of effort) did they perfect their craft to be called “professional”.

So why do we want and expect instant results when we are attempting something new? It takes patience and time to get it right. Enough time consistently and persistently applied in order to master your craft.

So don’t get frustrated when you haven’t mastered your craft early on. Just more time, persistence and dedication is needed, and you will become professional.


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