Every master in the world did not become a master overnight.


Boxers are not naturally strong. They have to master their footwork for many years.


Muay Thai fighters aren’t naturally acrobatic. They have to stretch their legs and body for hours every day.


Soccer players don’t just get lucky when they score a goal. They practice that kick for many years.


Basketball players don’t just throw the ball to the basket. They practice the jump shot for many years.


Speakers don’t just go up on stage and give talks. They practice the craft and art of speaking for many years.


Authors don’t just publish a book if they want to. They write hundreds of articles with thousands of words, so they can write that book, eventually.


Everything in life doesn’t just happen. You have to do it consistently for it to happen. For example, if you lied to people over and over again, soon, no one will trust you at all. On the other hand, if you worked hard every day, one day you’ll succeed.


In everything that you decide to do, it’s not about what you did in the past, it’s not about your current problem, and it’s not even about how talented you are. It’s about how much love you can give for that one thing you’re passionate about.


As you read this article, I want you to decide on what that one thing that you are willing to lose sleep for. Is it a business, a passion, a dream? If this is really special, you should be open to lose sleep, work 60 hours a week, and swallow your pride for it and just give your best 24/7.


So what if you are multi-talented? Don’t pursue all your talents at the same time. Prioritize what you want to do first, and then move to that next one, and the next one after that.


Success doesn’t just happen; we go through years of hardship, difficult people, and trials that are so big that our knees tremble. During these seasons of trial, we overcome by letting love be our fuel and shield amidst the chaos, and we come out stronger and better.


I know you’ve been through a lot, and the best way to really rise up from your past is to follow what you really love.


When you do what you love, you can also bring love to other people.


Love more. Love always. Love what you do.


The best is yet to come,

JPaul Hernandez

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