The Power of Slow: Why All Good Things Take Time
Gagandeep Singh Dhillon, an Indian artist from New York, famously known as Danny Dhillon joined the entertainment industry in 2017 with his debut track “Patake”. Danny shares his experience on the power of slow.
Danny says, “with everything, thinking long term and making steady progress, day by day, is what generates real results. This is the power of slow. With patience, discipline, and hard work, eventually you’ll stumble upon a breakthrough.
This approach is applicable to all areas of our lives: art, science, business, design, writing, and so on. If you have a problem or goal that is beyond you, you should try to slow down, rather than speed up.
The most important thing to do is not force it. When you’re stuck and literally feel like banging your head against the wall, it’s a good idea to take a step back and walk away. Let things marinate in your subconscious.
Do what you enjoy, take breaks, and let things happen organically because often times, it is in these unsuspecting activities that our mind truly opens up.”
Danny end the conversation by saying a famous quote
“I walk slowly, but I never walk backward.” Abraham Lincoln