It’s not that money is evil. Or “hard earned”. Nor is it reflected in the cultural
and family messages you grew up with.
*root of all evil
*doesn’t grow on trees
*the rich keep getting richer etc etc etc
Same with creativity. We box ourselves into a limited belief system.
It’s known, safe. Comfortable. We pay the ultimate price, ourselves, for the safety it brings us.
The fact is, the box we built around ourselves is nothing more than an illusion.
Once you walk to the edge of the box you discover it’s not a wall after all.
But a curtain.
And once you start searching for where the curtain opens, then, and only then do you start
You wake up the hero within yourself once you find the opening and you take a peek inside.
The only thing holding us back is fear of the unknown. Fear of the dragons we’ll awaken when the curtain rises.
Because the cave is very dark. And in it lies the truth about ourselves.
I know from experience. And I see so many others sitting in their seats, afraid to go up to
the curtain to take a peek inside.
Join me tomorrow night as we take a peek.
The problem isn’t that money is evil. The problem with creativity isn’t that you aren’t creative,
and others are.
The problem could be that you haven’t started your journey. Yet. It’s personal. Think about it.
Yours in photography and success,
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