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The Difference Between Professionals and Amateurs

Written by Freelancing Writer and Editor : Olayinka Sodiq

Whatever you are trying to become better at, if you do the work only when you’re motivated, then the consistency needed to become a professional will forever be missing. The capability to stick to the schedule every day and do the work especially during the times you do not feel like doing it is very significant that it is virtually all you need to become 99% better at it most of the time. It’s sturdy and straightforward. It is so difficult?

You’ll Never Regret Starting Important Work

Having the discipline to stay committed to what is essential instead of only saying is what Being a pro is all about. Making your priorities a reality is what a pro is all about. It does not make you a workaholic. It means that you make time for what matters.

Becoming a Pro?

Becoming a pro isn’t easy; it can be as complicated or difficult as you might think they are. Here are two steps to make a Pro.

  1. Decide on what you want to be good at.

Everything is all about purpose. Know what you want and get it. This sounds very simple, but in my experience, a lot of people, even the smart, talented and creative ones rarely know the exact reason for what they are working for and why.

  1. Create a schedule for your actions and stick to it.

The moment you know what you want, schedule creation should be in place for actually getting it done. Create a schedule based on actions you can perform and not the desired results.

Stop the thoughts of how hard following a schedule for a month or a year will be. Just follow it weekly. Don’t give room for distractions. Schedule creation does not make you a professional, but following your schedule does.

You Are Not Alone

Everyone is on a journey of their own; this website is home to a small community of committed people who wants to become healthier, more creative, stronger and more skilled. We all want to improve and I’d love to help you whichever way I can.

 

 

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