Staying in one place is hard. Today, I met with one of my best friends to catch up/check-in. It’s been a month since we’ve been able to sit down and just talk. It helps me say things out loud and to write them down. My problem used to be that I was interested in everything. I wanted so bad to do everything and anything, but who doesn’t? If you don’t, you should. It wasn’t until I started feeling physically and emotionally that I understood the consequences of my decisions. I don’t mean just losing sleep and eating bad food, your relationships and your work suffers, too even if it is for a good reason. I want to maximize every opportunity and I’m not saying I’m an opportunist. I’m saying that I don’t believe in luck. I think things happen because timing is right and you are prepared for them. So that’s it, I’m working towards a lot of good things – what’s wrong in that?
The problem is that I am never going to be content. (At least I can admit it). I will always want to make something better or transform until I can learn that I am 100% in control. As I shared my goals for 2015 my overall endgame, my friend said something that really made me thing “you always have an agenda.” Well… I think you should always have an agenda, for everything. You should have a standard because how can you measure progress or shit, time well spent?
The hardest thing about doing anything is starting. I think once you have the momentum, you shouldn’t stop. That is physics and go ahead, test it. Sorry I’m going to keep the momentum going until my body says no, or someone tells me they have a better idea.