Can we talk about how the first Lamborghini was obtained ！
I have never loved what I do, but I do love the opportunities that it has made possible.Yea, it’s cliche to say “do what you love doing.” But it’s the truth. The reason it matters is because no one becomes an expert at anything in a classroom. You become an expert on your own time. The more of your own time you put into it, the more experience you have, the more experience you have, the better decisions you will make and the “luckier” you will be. If you don’t enjoy the craft, you won’t dedicate enough time to it. Certainly not to persevere through the hardships.
that is how it is.
Oh yes, you are 100% correct, I did it for the MONEY and what that money was able to provide for me and my family. Don't get me wrong, I didn't hate anything, just didn't enjoy the stress. I managed to keep it as fun as possible.you must have dedicated yourself to getting good at it, and if you didn’t enjoy it, then something else was driving your discipline. Good for you man, that is the harder path.
when I was working 70+ hour weeks and pulling all nighters weekly for years, the stress got so high at times that I had to watch horror movies to calm down. That is something that still works for me today, even though risk is less at this point in many ways (far greater in a few).Oh yes, you are 100% correct, I did it for the MONEY and what that money was able to provide for me and my family. Don't get me wrong, I didn't hate anything, just didn't enjoy the stress. I managed to keep it as fun as possible.
I think you definitely have to have an aptitude for what you do, if you don’t do it better than most you never become successful. I guess I would have to add, if you hate what you do you will most like not succeed.I’d like to add to this things that make you money might not be things you love to do but you’re really good at doing it
Help the Op understand that