This concept is kind of why I started writing this blog, and what made me want to kick my new YouTube channel into full gear. It is the basis for all that I am currently doing simultaneously.
I had already started and stopped 2 make-up YouTube channels in the past few years, and the reason I stopped was simply because I didn't have enough passion for it, nor desire to edit because it wasn't important enough for me to dedicate some time to doing it. Sad, but true.
Obviously, anything that we don't find important enough isn't going to take any kind of priority on a consistent basis. So there was that.
Now...I currently work a full time job, which has nothing to do with hair or cosmetology or blogging for that matter, but I'm focusing attention on my DREAMS while I still work to pay my bills so that I can take all the steps needed to achieve my best life. That's when I thought of the song "whistle while you work" from none other than the OG Disney movie, Snow White...classic!
To me, whistle while you work means to enjoy what you are working towards. It also means to focus on your dreams while doing what is necessary to make your dreams happen. If you cannot quit your job or school program or whatever it may be taking your time and attention to solely focus on your dreams, then by all means, keep working your 9 to 5. Don't forget to dedicate yourself to your personal goals when you finish your daily duties/responsibilities. Remember what your most desirable end result is...always! <- This question is one that I ask myself anytime I'm making a major decision, it's never failed me! :) I will talk more about that in my next post.
In the meantime, if you hate your job, hate going to class, hate having to stay home to take care of siblings, hate having to go to the library to use the computer because you don't own one...just find the will to whistle. It pays off when you look back at all that you've done, trust me.
Side note: If you literally whistle while you work, it makes things just a tad bit better. I know you've never seen a sad/angry person whistle...cause I haven't. It's just not natural.
Now get back to work! :)