Big vision but small implementation: keep up with all the small in the industry, but make sure the BIG still holds.
Our “us” is different than it once was, and not always “good different,” I know; but our relationship is the most valuable aspect of my life.
If you had all the answers and everything was peachy at all times, then life would be pretty damn boring, wouldn’t it?
I feel comfortable doing most of the things I need to do by myself.
It starts with a mindset, then the adoption of one or two habits that move you towards where you want to go next.
The truth of the matter is we all feel as though we are owed trust from the beginning, but trust is earned over time and once lost it becomes a much more difficult journey to salvage it.
Over time, I finally accepted that I am not a failure – everything I was a learning experience. My road bumps were lessons.
Daymond refused to let the opinions of others veer him off his path. He worked hard, stuck to his uncool job while he pursued his passion. And made it work.
Everyone you meet knows something you don’t. Every person you come across is a potential teacher or mentor.
When one place is all you’ve ever known, you become comfortable with the familiar. Fear of the unknown creeps into your thoughts and convinces you that you want to stay, succumbing to the predictable pattern of generations before you.