The Initial Years of Apprenticeship

“Let the beauty of what you love to be what you do.”

― Rumi

If you genuinely love something and enjoy doing it for long hours, think about making it a career.

Focus on understanding the work environment and practice the art daily for at least 4 hours.

Don’t stress too much about earning money from your work in the initial years of your apprenticeship but keep exploring the opportunities.

Never let negative people belittle you. Their comments, both positive and negative, are only honest feedback. Use it creatively to perform better.

Self-revision and self-correction are essential skills you need to nurture to avoid falling into egoism.

Trust in your ability to master the art and be grateful for every insight you get from the Higher Intelligence.

Your belief in your potential is your greatest asset. Never rely on others for advice or promotions.

Suppose you’ve got the guts to come on the stage and do it yourself.

Your idea is expensive. Don’t let it become cheap by mixing the toxicity of other people.

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