Hello, if you’ve managed to find yourself here then you’ve probably come to the same realization that I have, that you are not the best version of yourself and something needs to change. As you will find out as you take a look around, becoming better doesn’t mean that there’s something wrong with what you are now, it just means that you’ve got places to be. That being said, my journey has just begun, and as the old saying goes “have friends, will travel”.
The Story of Us.
To me, life has always been a journey, and in both good times and bad I realized years ago that every step we take is a stone to carry us across the river and into the future. Knowing this, I still made poor decisions, sometimes impulsively, sometimes because I didn’t know what I was doing, and sometimes because I just needed to prove someone wrong. If any of that sounds like you, you’re in the right place!
I’ve personally made great strides in my life within the past few years, including picking up my first job and learning the ins and outs of adult life, which by the way isn’t nearly as glamorous as it might seem growing up. I have learned my way around a budget, maintaining a car, Christmas shopping for people who won’t tell you what they want(oh boy don’t get me started on this one), and how to keep the right people in my life. Even knowing what feels like three times as much as I did two years ago, I still feel that there is much more to life, and I intend to learn everything that I can to make the most of it.
Overall, I think I’ve made pretty good progress in my life, and I’d like to see others feel the same with theirs, so if you’re the underdog, the scrapper, the one-time rapper, then welcome home.
Where are you going?
Now that you have a brief understanding of where I’ve been, I want to tell you a little bit about where I’d like to go. For me, I am more than happy to help anyone I can, and to do that I need to learn more and more, become an expert in all things people. I want to help others find their purpose in a world where it can feel like hope has left us, and to give them the power to become the best version of themselves. By the end of it I’d like to leave knowing that there’s a dent in the universe because of what I’ve done (I would settle for a scratch though, like maybe just a little one by the door handle, that’ll show’em).
Wishing you a great future,