In the face of all of these threats, some continue to stick out their necks to resist and stand firm in the way of these threats to human existence as we have witnessed this past year. Whether you agree with them or not, what remains common with these creatives; leaders, artists, activists, writers, lawyers, creators, teachers, community leaders, scientists, speakers, etc, is their passion and resilience in fighting for that they believe in, even if it means putting their lives and careers on the line.
The more you use your imagination, the more creative you become. If you can imagine it, then it’s possible. Putting into practice what you imagine, the more effective and better you become. It is said that Rome was not built in a day. When you practise new synapses in your brain new connections are being made. Without hard work, talent does not grow and therefore growth is stunted. Draw the art you want to see, start the business you want to run, play the music you want to hear, write the book you want to read, build the products you want to use - do the work you want to see done.