We are not always going to know things. We are not going to always be the best. But not knowing things can hinder our success. Should be told what to do, NO!, we shall rebel, shall we google things and hope the advice don’t send us to hell, oh yes. For information is valuable, knowledge is key and to put forth good advice and reliable information, could create us endless possibilities.
When I was younger, I use to hate the words “I don’t know”, I pretty much hate it to this day as well. I just did not like the feeling to be asked a question and be stumped not having even a clue how to answer or even where to find the answer. Lucky for me, after many years of breaking the chain. I can happily say, I know many things, and always until my dying days will help others seek and find information and knowledge to outcome their obstacles in life.
How did I fair in this post? Let me know, comment… 🙂
I am creating a page on my website dedicated to my heroes in life. There are so many people that forget where they come from and their upbringing of inspiration and motivation that I feel they are lost. I am creating a series for this particular reason to remind me of my past, my present and where I want to go by celebrating the people who got to be who I am.
I will be sharing my stories of my heroes in life…
So I am branching out on one of my first new adventures in life and that’s to learn how to draw. Let me tell you first hand, I suck. I really really suck. Okay, let me put it in a better light. My drawings do bring humor, and a unique storytelling, for what I draw only looks like sticks and circles on paper, but the story and entertainment lives in the captions I write of what you are looking at.
But let me get back to the main point, I want to draw, I need to draw, and it’s a skill I really want to take serious going further in my art and lifestyle craft. So I am only left with this sentiment, how to start, and do anyone have any good tips or helping sites or practice that can help me on my way.