There are so many great motivational messages floating on the internet.
Some of them have helped me when I didn’t feel like picking up my camera.
Check them out…
They’ll get you back on your feet.
“It’s Not Whether You Get Knocked Down, It’s Whether You Get Up.”- Vince Lombardi
Do you feel the power in it?
Here is a second one that had an impact on me.
“If You Are Working On Something That You Really Care About, You Don’t Have To Be Pushed. The Vision Pulls You.”- Steve Jobs
When I read it for the first time I was in Austria on a short trip shooting photos of the mountains. The area was so beautiful that I was pulled in…
Another master piece is the one below.
“People Who Are Crazy Enough To Think They Can Change The World, Are The Ones Who Do.”- Rob Siltanen
I have it on my wall, right in front of me so that I can look at it everyday. I love it.
Another very powerfull message I found few yers ago was when I was struggling to keep up with the “good work” as many would say. I was in the middle of my 365 days photography project when it hit me and I wanted to give up.
“Failure Will Never Overtake Me If My Determination To Succeed Is Strong Enough.”- Og Mandino
It steared my thoughts to another direction and I kept going with the project.
And the last, probably the most important message is the following…
“Good things come to people who wait, but better things come to those who go out and get them.” –Anonymous
This is so powerful that it gives me goosebump when I read it.
These messages are there for a reason! Read them everyday and I promise you, you perspective will change.
It’s simple as that…
P.S. There is one photographer I admire for his work but more importantly for his ability to push me out of my confort zone.
His name is Chris Burchard and with his recent training on CreativeLife the “The Outdoor Experience“, he proves that there is much deeper meaning behind every little action, trip, story and photo we take.
If fact, he is a real example of what happens when you go outside of your confort zone.
In his training he talks about how important this is and many other things that makes us who we are as photographers and why are we taking photos in the first place.
If you want to check it out, here it is…