During the course of the year, I’ve learned quite a bit. I’m going to share it a little at a time. No need to overwhelm anyone.
Secret 1 – Never give up. Never surrender. This isn’t an easy thing, but I’ve notice those
that persist usually win their heart’s desire in the end. This happens for a many reasons. Over time when we practice a profession, by doing the same thing and adding new things that we’ve learned we can’t help but improve. Another benefit of expanding your knowledge and practicing it daily (mostly) is that you meet people. You’ll make friends, and you’ll help each other progress. You’ll have setbacks, but family or friends or maybe both will hold you and your dream together. The important thing is not to lose sight of your goal. When I was a teenager, I read about a sixteen year-old named Robin Graham set out to sail about the world in his sloop Dove. Things happened: storms, damage to his boat, meeting people, falling in love, complete disaster, and landing in Long Beach, CA, instead of Hawaii, but for me and millions of others, he had followed his dream and won. No matter what it is you dream of doing, don’t give up. Chase that dream around the world and back and open your heart to accepting your accomplishments.
Susan Hanniford Crowley, Kindle Bestselling author of vampire romance
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