We have a better camera in our pocket now than the best camera in the world 40 years ago, so it should be easier than ever to get a photo you love. I am of the belief that as an iPhone owner I have a responsibility to know how to take a decent photo (which is not a responsibility I take lightly people)!
I want to be perfectly qualified, experienced and confident in my ability. I want to love what I’m doing and know I’m good at it. But I’m no where close. I’m pretty good at faking it, but secretly I’m still dreading the day my coworkers figure out just how little I know. I really am not the best person for my job.
This week I came to the realization this is actually a good thing. In fact, it’s a very good thing. Let me explain.
I will fight the urge to “start back up when we get home from Colorado.” No, absolutely not. Because there is always another “Colorado.” There is always a reason to delay working toward your goals just a little longer. If I’ve learned anything from starting this whole writing/blogging process about a month ago, I’ve learned I’m done thinking this way. It’s not productive and it ultimately leaves me with good intentions but no results.