His name is Clark Little.
Eight years ago, he didn’t own a camera. Today? He’s capturing the majesty of a wave like no one else does.
All because he followed his passion, straight into the ocean, and dared to be different.
Clearly, Mr. Little is one of millions of people who have stood at the shore and marveled at the sheer beauty of creation.
Yeah, he’s one of millions.
But he’s also one in a million. He was made to create, not imitate.
So he did what no one else was doing. He left the shore and dove head first into the waves, where the ocean wraps around itself.
“People ask, ‘what are your settings? How did you promote yourself? Blah Blah Blah. I just went out, and did what I did, and did what I loved. And it kind of happened,” says Little.
What’s your wave?
You are one in a million. You were made to create, not imitate. God didn’t ask you to be Clark Little or Mary or Michael or Amanda or Paula or David. He asked you to be you. You were made on purpose … for a purpose.
You have a wave. Can you see its outline in your own heart? Are you already riding it?
It doesn’t have to be oceanic, but it might be. Maybe it looks like a ripple, but it might feel tidal on the inside of you.
What moves you? Pay attention to that. What gives you life? Pursue that. Don’t be afraid to leave the shore if you have to chase after your wave.
No one else’s wave looks quite like yours.
No one else can write your book or speak your message.
No one else can launch that business, start that mission, teach that lesson, make that art, raise that troop of kids … quite like you.
Your wave plus God equals tidal force. Feel the wave under your feet.
And let the rhythm of the water move you.
An inside look at the stunning beauty of waves, with Clark Little. If you can’t see the video, click here: