The important thing is to start. Even though you will never truly finish...
originally posted January 17, 2016
Today is one of the best days of my life.
A few years ago I was in a hole. One I dug myself into, and at the time, thought I may not be able to get out of. A lot of things went down at that time, and it doesn't really matter what events took place to create such
a large chasm.
But, thankfully, with the support of family and friends, I did begin the climb. The best part of that ascension was that I had a goal. An unwavering, singularly focused goal. A goal that would not only allow me to rise even with my previous "pre-hole" self,
but also to give me focus for years to come.
Today I began my company, Jalido.
On my climb, I learned to take the baby steps. I learned how to be patient with the process, and enjoy the ride. I changed my old lifestyle. Goodbye television, Hello extra time. When I come home from my current (and hopefully last) "day job", I start my "life job". Yes, the one I will be at for the rest of my life.
I am writing this today, to say thank you to all of the online "guidance counselors" that had a hand in what I have accomplished so far. Thank you for giving me a base from which I will be set for the rest of my years. The people listed below don't even know they helped me, because we have never met. All of them made a real difference in my progression.
NOTE: These are real people. Real people can be raw and brutally honest, which means there may be naughty language in these links.
I have learned so much from everyone,
Thank you for keeping me continuously motivated day after day. I would not have been able to do this without you!