On Beginnings and Endings
Not every beginning has the end we desire, but every beginning always comes to an end.
It is often not about the beginnings and endings but the journey.
You might not get what you had in mind, but the most important thing is that you started something, tried to make it work, and learned from it.
In all honesty, we overestimate beginnings and endings.
We are quick to celebrate a new job, a new house, matriculation, graduation, etc. We often forget to obsess over the process and journey. Learn to celebrate that.
What you do & learn is more important than when you start or end.
Timelines are not as important as the capacity you build, the lesson you learned, the failures you recorded, and the wins you had.