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Fireball!

November 27, 2017

I have been itching to write my second blog post ever, so glad to be putting it out there tonight.  I am just so busy with kid's life and wife everyday, and to me, doing the real analog life stuff is more of a priority than video games and nonstop texting and commenting.   It is easy to get sucked in to the drama of social media, the snapchat-selfies, the university of youtube and its vast knowledge that awaits our fingerclicks.  A whole day could be gone and you hadn't done the things you need or set out to do.   What we don't realize is that time really moves fast.  Take a wedding day for example.  When I got married, it seemed to have flown by!  That is because we were having fun.  But when life is sucky, it moves so slow.  Point is, the seconds of time have been ticking and tocking at the same speed sine the dawn of itself (time), so you might as well enjoy the speed of life with a smile on your face rather than live a slow and torturous existence doing something you dislike.

 

Needless to say, in the last 5 days:  I was the emcee and DJ for Tessa and Zlatko's wedding, one son has had baseball games and batting practice, cooking classes, and keyboard lessons.  The oldest and I go to Boy Scouts once a week and he's also in a drama program coinciding with his school 6 days a week.  I was the chaperone for a 4th grade field trip, and hosted a trivia night in Palm Harbor at Peggy O's Kitchen and Taps.  I love being busy because I am LIVING! 

 

When you are doing something you love, you will want to get better and strive to be the best you can be.  And since time waits for no one, you have to know My neighbor shared with me the 3 biggest motivators of business ownership-

Mastery- the desire and ability to master a craft/skill.

Autonomy- not being micromanaged, working for one's self.

Purpose- believing that one's work fulfills a greater purpose.

 

Live life like you have fireballs under your feet!

 

 

 

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