Wednesday, August 22

Tunnel Vision

I’ve read this article on why successful people are well, successful at what they do. It’s not so much of hard work then constant persistence. It’s like wishing to escape your jail cell by everyday digging a tunnel through the wall or underground. You start off usually with a tiny minuscule fork, then as you travel down the tunnel, you weirdly find more forks or other digging apparatuses; such is the personality of opportunities.

Also, what I’ve learn is how important it is to just dig one tunnel at a time. It’s too time consuming to want to be successful in everything. You have one tunnel, dig through it and only it.

But it's kinda sad, because since digging that photography and writing tunnel, I had to forgo my Gundam and music tunnels. Proof? Dusty unfixed gundam boxes, guitar and keyboard. =(

If only I could ditch that studying tunnel too. That be awesome..

4 Eye Balls:

jasonphoon said...

I'm still afraid of my tunnel ( that is web development ).

I don't really want to be pigeon holed into that category ... what to do ?

It's like being good in only one hero in DOTA. it sucks ...

yellow_monsta said...

ya, being to specialized can be sucky...

but i think just as long you're good in many areas of lets say, for yourself, web development... then it's not too bad...

it's more like specializing a character class; are you a strength, magic or err, what's that class with the feet one? ahhh, u need to reunite us dota peeps!

Justin said...

ur blog seems a bit too commercialised for my liking ray. HAHA.:P

i feel like i'm reading an ad blog....

but yah i wish i could dig thoroughly through so many of my tunnels.

Hmm..interesting.

yellow_monsta said...

hahaha, sorry justin sorry.. am trying to earn some pocket money :(

okaylah, to buy a lens actually..blek..

ooo, which 'tunnel' you want to 'go into'?

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