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23:6 Accepting Imperfections

We thought we are really good at doing our own craft, we are emerging in the world of talents we belong, we are all amazing in our own way. But somehow, you can’t do everything at the same time.

In my life, I’m starting to become a “Jack of all trades” as I do almost creative stuff from drawing, video editing to graphic and web design, and now writing. I admit, I am master of nothing.

We tend to explore every medium and every talent while drowning ourselves in the pool of possibilities. We can do so many things, limitation is yours to figure out. The only good thing about being versatile is that you can accept so many opportunities because you know how to handle those things. The only catch there is you will have a hard time figuring out what is the best project that you can be master at.

Innovation is changing so quick and your basic skills will be outdated. Quality of work is becoming sloppy and useless and it will be tough finding new opportunities.

But why we need to worry if it doesn’t makes us happy after all?

We need to accept the fact that you can’t do everything at the same time, you are simply bundled with imperfections, so what? Learning new skills is great but knowing your full potential and limitation is even more.

Learn to slow down, there is always a perfect timing for everything. Continue exploring and harness your skills, one day you will know that you can be a master of something. You don’t need to be perfect today, no one is a champion without taking very rough roads. The word “perfect” is ambiguous anyway.


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