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Rifle hole and get in the way of what you want
Life will always try to get it in the way of what you want

I saw some people that I grew up with a few weeks back. They are husband-and-wife now and they have kids. If you ask them, I’m positive they would tell you that their kids are the best thing that has ever happened to them. I don’t doubt that for a second. My nieces are a blessing that it has taken me years to wrap my brain around. I would also venture a guess that those same people would tell you that they given up on some dreams and some aspirations they may have had because bills, kids and the stress of Life got the better of them.

I’m constantly thinking about my future life. About where I’m going to be. Where I’m going to go, and who is coming with me. I have a very close friend (who happens to have created this website) who is kind enough to listen to my ramblings.

I’ve talk about the future like that ever since I can remember. My reasoning for this is that I don’t want to lose track of it. I don’t want life to get the way to the point that I can’t see that vision anymore.

I may never achieve it but if I’m working toward it then the possibility of it happening continues to be real. If you followed me for a while, you know that I had a motivational podcast. Then I moved to YouTube, then I was told I needed to write a book. I had trouble putting the book together, so Evie created this blog, To make it easy for me to write and finish what I started.

The podcast was a moderate success. Enough that I thought I could move to video, and use that propel me toward my ultimate goal of being on TV with the ability to influence millions.

Turns out I wasn’t a YouTube smash. (probably because I wasn’t a kitten playing a piano), if you look around this blog, you can see most of those videos used in my posts. I hope one day, that the writing that I do here can be converted into a book that people can buy.

My point here is that I still have the same dream that I had when I was 16 years old. Almost everything you see from me, is my effort to work toward that dream on a daily basis. I started when I was 16. I knew I wanted and I’m still striving for it today. I know if I ever stop or get distracted I may lose track of the vision I’ve had all these years. If you have a vision don’t wait another day to start. You won’t regret it.

This has been motivational Monday

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