Build for the Journey

photo credit to Karsten Winegear

This is an open letter to anyone who has undertaken the responsibility of creating something for the wider public.

You are the genuine deal as you assist us in preparing for the future of work.

When our thoughts are put into action, they influence the future.

This is not false; therefore, here’s a piece for you on your construction and why what you’re building should last.

There’s no point in constructing something that will be demolished tomorrow.

Regardless of how much effort you put in, if you quit unnecessarily, your labor and efforts are squandered.

There is a lot of reward for efforts that last, and that is where you should put your time, energy, and money.

If you’ve already started, I recommend that you keep working on improving your service and learning new things.

You’re constructing for the long haul, so take pleasure in the journey as much as the final result.

In your imagination, construct for the long haul; the walls of impossibilities will crumble when you have all of this in mind:

Build what is important.

Consider the term “sustainability.”

Expect it to take a long time and be prepared to put in a lot of effort.

Work consistently on all that has to be done, and provide excellent service.

When you have the opportunity, expand.

If you follow these steps, you will be able to construct long-lasting structures. I’m on the same path as you are.

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Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.