When Passion Meets Action

When Passion Meets Action

Everyone has a passion for something. There are people who live, breath, and think music on all levels at all times. Some of these kinds of people are called audiophiles. “An audiophile is a person enthusiastic about high fidelity sound reproduction,” by Wikipedia definition. This kind of person is passionate about creation, innovation and the idea of bringing music to life through different outlets and by any means. Music legends that began in the era before mine found this very niche; their sound, their vibe, lingo and style carried out into the generations after mine. And this was because they believed in something bigger then themselves, so much so that the world began to believe in it too.

That’s the funny thing about dream chasing and loving something for what it is not what it can bring you. We have the power to be and do anything we set our minds to but we must first be willing to take the risk. It’s not easy following the path you love, whether your passion is writing, music, fashion, dance, painting, singing, drawing, teaching or even building things, the list is endless. However, the recognition of a talent is only the beginning. It’s the work that goes into making it more than just something you do alone that sets you a part.

To become an entrepreneur, an owner, or an innovator you must first be a dream chaser. You have to draft the most outrageous goals and believe that each day you will get closer to achieving them. This journey is far from easy. You will have financial burdens, difficult decisions to make and people around you who are afraid to believe in what you can do, these people will try to stop you and bring you down. But God always helps those who help themselves and never puts more on you than you can bear. To be great, you must believe that you are.

It is so easy to stay in bed instead of starting your days earlier. It is easy to break yourself down than it is to build yourself up. It is easy to tell yourself you can’t rather than you can, and it is easier to give up than to keep going.

Today, I challenge you take the road less traveled and do what everyone thinks you can’t. I challenge you to say yes to the opportunity you are afraid to take because you are unsure of where it might lead. Today, I challenge you to step out on faith and do exactly what you want to do not what’s expected of you. Money will come, people will go and change will arise, but the only thing standing in the space of the difference in your life is you.

Are you ready to step out of your way?

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2 thoughts on “When Passion Meets Action

  1. Wise beyond your years, you are. I have definitely adopted the write your daily goals method. I understand it takes two to three weeks to form new habits, therefore I’m confident this will eventually become the cause for great results.
    I also have this personal saying that I love to share with my teenage boys whenever they claim something is too hard to do. “Easy ain’t worth sh–“. It’s pretty brash, I know, but it’s my way of being emphatic, especially when it’s called for. We tend to want everything as long as it requires little effort, but what most tend not to realize is that that mentality becomes crippling and leaves you unhappy with yourself.

    So I’m accepting your challenge to go for “IT” even when “IT” seems insurmountable. Thanks Kiki, you’re AWESOME.

    1. Aww man, I appreciate this more than you know! Thank you so much for reading 🙂 I think it’s important to note this at any age you know, no matter what you’re doing, where we want to go. Most times, if not all, we are the ones standing in our own way but to have support like this makes the good and worst times of the journey so worth it!

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