Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo, has urged career starters to make sure that they cherish their humble beginnings.
He said this in a tweet on Sunday.
The 'Obim' singer explained that struggling at the first try is part of the process as nobody has it easy in the beginning.
“Just so you know, nobody started really really good. We learnt on the job .Your beginnings shouldn’t be compared to someone’s 10 years of experience. That’s so unfair to what you are building. Give yourself time to grow.
“The truth is that, you are going to mess up a lot at the beginning. Flunk at your first try. Your first work will look like nothing you have in mind. That’s ok.
“We all didn’t get it right at first, it is possible the people you admire now were worse than you at the beginning. That part wasn’t just shown to you. So it’s ok if you are struggling at first, it’s part of the process. Nobody was really good at the beginning,” he said.