DEEPLY

Has anyone noticed that everyone these days does a bit of everything?

We all do this and that, we don’t want to just be known for just one thing! Most of us get so upset if anyone implies that we are good at one specific thing. I think it’s because of the concept of the box. Nobody wants to be put in a box. I agree with this, but at some point in life I believe we should just dive deeper and enjoy things we are good at. Master them and be unapologetic about it.

Dive deeper, enjoy every minute of the experience.

Thank you for reading. I appreciate you!.

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  1. “The pimps in the pimp game who can’t do nothing but pimp
    are the most success pimps as opposed to pimps who can
    do other hustling games
    the pimps who can only pimp are the best pimps
    would starve to death if they didn’t pimp.”

    “Van Prince

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  2. I tend to be comfortable in my box 📦
    Ppl that make me fun of me for it are ppl that I don’t need in my life
    Sure having multiple “talents” or trades is great
    But diving deeper into that one thing you’re really good at? It’s so fulfilling… least for me

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  3. I think a lot of that also is encourage by all the DIY stuff. It’s almost like saying that we are supposed to be able to do everything on our own. What happened to hiring experts or tradespeople who do train in a specific craft? For many years I have felt this sort of “fragmentation” really takes away from craftsmanship, quality and the creation of really special things. There’s something of great value to being focused on one thing and being really good at what you do. We also live in a culture that has become used to instant gratification. It takes time and patience to develop a skill, And can take time and patience to wait for help from someone who is an expert.

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    1. Thank you for engaging with this post. You really understood what I meant. That means a lot to me. I am really debating whether it is worth it to become an expert these days, people tell you everything is a google away. I myself still value experts and the best quality when it comes to products. I think now more people are into quantity and results, mediocre or not. I am very conflicted at times, but I lie more towards wanting to be an expert. But will I be valuable when I get to that point. Given that you have what it takes!

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  4. Lol… this is so true. I have always thought being multi-talented was more of a curse for myself. I do EVERYTHING!!! Recently, I’ve decided It’s a blessing that just needs to be honed. I’ve decided to make a damn choice and just concentrate on few things for mastery. It’s a challenge, but I’m up for it.

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  5. Yeah… if we dive deeper, we may even get to touch the silk at the bottom…. And thank you for following my blog/website, I hope you enjoy reading my humble writings, and I’m from Geelong, Australia. Cheers. Ivor.

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  6. I read another blog today on this same topic… the importance of finding your sweet spot … “What is your hidden talent?” Once you recognize it, take the time to expose it. Don’t keep it hidden! Each of us works best when we work in the area of our God-given gifts! Thank you for your thoughtful post – and for visiting JanBeek and leaving your calling card so I could find you. It’s always fun to find fellow bloggers whose message resonates with me! ❤

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  7. I absolutely agree with you! I think it’s great to try new things and to learn something new however it’s also important to dive deeper when it comes to certain things especially about the ones you really care about.

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  8. Most importantly…dive deep into the experience of living! Dive deep in the soul of ourselves.
    Reason why there is so much emptiness in the world. People have become very superficial beings. Searching for meaning endlessly outside themselves.
    You posts share great nuggets of thought!
    Peace!

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