The world is your oyster. You have to swim around in the darkness before you stumble upon it. You have to believe in your power to break it open. You have to have faith that you’ll find something inside. But the world is yours – there’s so much possibility, opportunity, potential, choice. Do whatever it takes to create a life you want. Don’t let anything hold you back, especially yourself.
The odds might be high, the stakes might be great, the road might be long, but you can do it. You have so much potential, so much strength and so much passion that you can do anything. The only walls are those in your mind. If you believe you can, you will. Yes, you can. Yes, you will.
Every day is full of possibilities. Possibilities to push boundaries, to unleash potential, to go harder than ever before. Possibilities can turn into realities. Every day has ‘watch this space’ written all over it. Every day can be better than the next. Today is the only way we’ll change the game. Today is all we have. Start writing, painting, singing, building, doing, being. Make today a space to watch.
We all have potential to unlock. We all have more to offer and more to be. And we ourselves hold the key. Prosperity isn’t all down to luck or genetics or circumstances. It mostly comes down to perseverance, passion and the belief in our potential. We all start at the bottom, swimming breathlessly in the darkness. But if we keep going, we become stronger and see clearer in the dark. What makes someone accomplished is because they kept going, despite other people’s doubtful comments or even their own pessimistic thoughts. Don’t give up on yourself so easily. The world around us is just an abundance of dreams knitted together to create reality. If other people can do it, so can we. We are all good enough. We all have potential. It’s the biggest mistake to believe you don’t.
Our life is a blank sketchbook. It’s full of endless potential, but it’s still ok to mess up in there once in a while. Our feelings, thoughts, words and actions are a box of pencils. We are entirely in control of which colours we pick out of our box, which colours we mix together, and which colours we actually end up using in the sketchbook. If we constantly reach for the grey pencil, the sketchbook might get a bit monotonous, a bit bleak, and a bit unimpressive. But if we whip out the coloured pencils, even the darker tones and the fiery tones along with the brighter, bolder colours, the sketchbook becomes more vibrant, inviting and inspiring. Our life becomes full of life. Live in colour.
When we put hard work, enough time, and our best effort into a project, goal or relationship, the bigger and better our results. We all have our great days and worse days, but nobody just sails through life. To me, there are two strands to luck. There’s the ‘fate’ or ‘luck’ outside of our control that influences our life everyday, and this does to some extent affect our happiness and sense of accomplishment. Yet we can still control how we react to these unlucky situations. But we do create our own luck too, and that is achieved by investing in ourselves, in our skills, in our dreams and in what makes us happy. And through this, we open ourselves up to opportunities and success. We all have potential, we just need to believe in it, reach it and use it. Create your own luck. The harder you work, the luckier you get.