Read any craft instructional manual and one of the first things on the list of must have supplies is inspiration. That should be an easy one to check-off, but it is often the hardest. Uncovering the secrets of any beading how to book, video or magazine implies that the reader knows what inspiration is and where to find it.
If your passion and find new links are waning, try one or all of these three things to give it a new boost. Consider it a “spring cleaning” for your soul, if you like.
If you want test this theory ask a teenager to tidy up their room and see their response. You might have (wrongly) judged the absence of enthusiasm as being lazy. Now ask the teenager to leave the room. Hide money in their room in different places and invite them to find as much as they can within two minutes. What do you think might happen to the ‘lazy’ teenager? You got it…motivation!
Headlights only allow you to see a few feet ahead. Cooperate with your inspiration the way you do the headlight on your car. Accept inspiration may show up in a small or large vista of clarity. Your work is to follow the inspiration, not judge the end result of where it is leading you.
Although the growth rate actually slowed down between 8 and 12 months your child should continue to follow his or her own growth curve. Talk with your child’s doctor if you have any growth-related problems.
Phase two: Catagen Growth Cycle. During this time, your eyelashes stop growing. In fact your follicles begin to shrink and retract. We refer to this as the “lag phase.” This phase is short, lasting a mere three weeks.
Everyone needs motivation. Those who deny that they do not need motivation are motivated by their denial. We all do what we do for a reason. We have different reasons that motivate us. But motivation is a universal human trait. Without it, life is not worth living. Without it we are suicidal. You can do a lot with motivation but you can do nothing without it. We need motivation every day.