Waiting for the Real Thing (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Opeyemi Oduyemi

Founder & Owner of: Hopyrane

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer


It is amazing how you can have many things to project and nothing to say at the same time. That’s why the most eloquent dude in the hood will most likely go numb at the moment of truth; when he is  about to articulate his raging emotions or he is addressing the crowd for the first time. It is only a phase.

The numbness will disappear when you have confronted your fear. The thing is, you can have so many things happening at about the same time and it may seem like you’re at the end of the rope. Yes, you are at the edge. But then, you’re only at the beginning. If he gets his acts together, what he’d dreaded will most likely become the place of solace. The thing is, you can have many things happening at about the same time and it may seem like you’re at the end of the rope. Yes, you are at the edge. But then, you’re only at the beginning.

All that energy going into sharpening your skill set to perfect your work is only in the meantime. The real thing you will have to do with your life will be birthed by your work in the meantime. So then, you will have to enjoy the ride…to fulfillment.

You can never be more successful than what you are exposed to. The eye is the light of the entire body. But when the light is in darkness what can you do? Opening up yourself to being the best you can be is the key to continuity. The road to success is paved with diligence and accountability.


Article Credits: Opeyemi Oduyemi

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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