Our greatest glory is not in never falling


Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. – Ancient Proverb… 


I believe creative people have to be careful to stay positive when they are presented with challenges. 

There will be copy cats, and haters, technical troubles and even those times when we are too tired to continue.. 

But it’s all part of the process.

When you challenge yourself, falling occassionally will always be a risk. In most cases, it’s a necessary risk because that’s how we learn. 

If you let those little stumbles disappoint or surprise you, then you’ll never be comfortable stepping outside of your comfort zone. It‘s that foot out of the box that moves the needle and makes life so much more exciting. 

It’s also during those times when your work can become more innovative and unique. 

Our minds also need the challenge to stay healthy and promote growth. 

So don’t get discouraged, We are all in this together. ⭐😍❀️

Jax

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6 thoughts on “Our greatest glory is not in never falling

  1. Awesome Jax! Thank you.
    I love this! πŸ™‚
    Yes, Im glad I fell. I have learned a lot in the past couple of years. Its been hard and challenging but in the end it will all be worth. The struggle, pain and suffering will be worth the reward and opportunity.
    Everyone loves a great comeback!
    A true American underdog story. πŸ™‚

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    • It would be great to see this stage in your life not be a period of suffrage as you can’t move the needle on this one project yourself. Would like to see you working on something else in the mean time that is fulfilling, you can’t keep this up.

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