Are you on the left or right side of this graphic? 🤔
being on the left is the only way to win, at the beginning.
it’s important that you note that - “at the beginning.”
once you’re comfortable, you can ease up, relax, have more fun, free up your schedule for more free time.
but if you’re trying to make it?
you’re not going to win if you’re doing all the s**t on the right side.
you need to go full tunnel vision and put forth maximum effort to work on what it is that’s going to make you successful.
work life balance is great, but if you’re doing the right thing, you’re going to also love putting in all this time to accomplish your goals. if not, you’re probably doing it for the wrong reasons, or don’t love what you’re doing.
you can balance your work and life once you’ve built a cushion 😅
stfu and grind!
3 hours ago
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1 hour ago
Are you a photographer looking to boost your industry visibility and get more exposure for your work? entering competitions is a great way to do that. it’s just two months until our 2020 competition, #wpy56, opens for entries, so we'd recommend looking through your portfolio for potential submissions soon. sign up to our email list via the link in our bio for updates and reminders.
the flanks of these lookdown fish are covered with minute, silvery scales that act almost like underwater mirrors. in the open ocean this makes them almost invisible to predators and prey alike, particularly when viewed from chase angles. this disappearing act impressed #wpyalumni iago leonardo, who was free-diving with special permission around protected contoy island. using only natural light, he framed them against a shoal of grunt to highlight the contrast between the two species.