Back in May I packed all my belongings and set off to make a name for myself in the charming city of New York. A fresh start and my first big boy job. It was my time to shine. I was ecstatic, until I wasn’t. The once alluring skyline quickly began to fade. The clouds found comfort in smothering my ambitious eyes. I missed my family. I missed my friends. My dream job, it turns out, fell inches...
Isn’t when it’s easiest, or when you’re feeling your best.
The best time, is the hardest time, when you feel the fear in your chest.
What gives you a headache – the kind that really keeps you up at night?
Invest your effort and resources there.
Stop headaches. Change the world.
I was at the gym the other day and I jogged a few laps.
My first thought was – great job for jogging – now you can go home.
But then it hit me.
Small wins, short steps, may be good for motivations sake.
But if you’re not uncomfortable, or stretching for that next bar, you’re failing to appreciate the beauty of the work.
Work to sweat, or stay home.
Despite your best intentions the world might not hear what you would have hoped. Your blog post may be taken out of context. Your desire to lead may seem too pushy. Your humor may not carry a single laughing note. Your great idea may be received with huh? Putting yourself out there is scary and a endeavor not everyone accepts. But what they hear does matter and only you can control what you sing...