So I've not some news. I'm going pro. In the next week I'll be moving to Arizona to start a career in pro sports! For the three of you that read my blog (thanks Moo), you're well aware sports are my passion. The dream is always to take my career to the next level in that field and that means going pro. I'm so excited to take my adventure to Arizona and to keep chasing my dreams. As always, I'd like to provide you with a life lesson, because I know you all rely on my blogs to guide your choices in life. Today, I'm going to teach you about dream chasing. How to achieve it and how to deal with the people in your life along the way.
Chasing the Dream
1) How to live the dream.
I'm often told that I truly live the dream. And I have to agree. I travel, I experience things you can't buy if you wanted to, and I keep climbing to the top. You know how I make that happen? I work damn hard. I put the time in, the energy, and I take pride in what I offer an organization. Right, I know, we all work hard. And some of you may work harder than I do, but I spend a lot of time working and taking things to the next level. I'll never settle for mediocre.
The second thing I do to live the dream is I have fun. I don't take life too seriously and I don't fit with your typical idea of a professional. I truly believe if you're not open to new experiences, laughing, and having fun, it's not worth it. When I get bitter, stop having fun, and dread being at work, I LEAVE. I get a new job, and I get back to happy.
2) The People in your life and your dream
I'm a good person. I don't step on anyone or burn bridges to get where I'm at. And so, if when I'm given new opportunities that set me up for success and following my dreams, if you don't support me, you're dead to me. I want the best for the people in my life and they should for me. If you're a hater, you're bitter, or you're jealous, you gots to go. I've seen some grown folk treat me like crap in the past two weeks since announcing my next move and you know what - that's their problem. Don't ever let someone else's decision to be unhappy, affect your committment to be ridiculously happy. End of story.
So this isn't too profound of a blog, but it's the start of the next level and what I hope will be an adventure filled with fabulous new things for me to write about. So thanks for those of you who have sent your support and well wishes. It means the world and I can't wait to share this experience with you.
Also, if you want my autograph before I get really big, now is the time to ask. I'm just saying.... Maybe they'll need me to play...I'm ready.
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