Something so simple but is so key. I think the saying "It's not about the destination but about the journey to get there" is a saying too used. I think its used more of an excuse not to keep the end in mind. Remember that end result is the thing that drives you more than anything. Everyone single one of us will fail over and over and over, but the fastest key to success is the double the rate of failure. Each time we fail we learn. I continually fail in every area of my life but its a lesson i learn. I keep my end result in mind for each area of my life. It's what drives me. My goal as a photographer is not to be some big shot guy that can charge $50,000 a wedding. My goal is to get good enough to equip other photographers with the same tools I have been blessed with. I want to be able to guide and mentor photographers to go as far in photography as THEY dream about going. But it starts with a vision.
Dream, Visualize, Plan, Act.
You will get there if you put the effort into it. If your desire is great the discipline will follow
Proverbs 16:3 Commit your plans to the Lord and your plans will be established.
Russell Hebert Photography