When you take your first steps into your vocational occupation, it’s easy to assume that your success is relative to the tools at your disposal.
You’d be correct in your assumption to some degree but it’s important to understand that, no matter which direction you choose to go in life, there are going to be limitations.
Rather than looking for shortcuts, why not use these obstacles to your advantage?
You can be an exceptional musician with a few empty tubs and a pair of drumsticks, a pioneering artist with a biro and a notebook, and a thought-provoking blogger with a library card and a bit of creativity.
Don’t let what you don’t have blind you to the things that you do.
Work with what you have for now and consider upgrading later if you have to.