2010 Pre Game Report


This time last year I started the new year with a simple post. “Yesterday you said tomorrow, today’s the day where you get to make a wish that comes true. Use that responsibility wisely”. Keeping that in mind I decided to try something that I had read a couple years ago. A great way to start the new year is to go to the top of the Empire State Building. It’s a great way to clear the mind of the past year and look at what’s possible in the next 365 days. So earlier today I did just that. The last time I had been looking from that pov was when I was just a visitor for ten days. Now that I’ve had the opportunity to really learn in unexpected ways and build off those experiences living here for a couple years I’m pretty excited and scared of what is in front of me. This time last year there was a lot of questions if everything would just stop. In a lot of places and industries it unfortunately did. However for me I was very lucky to keep my head above water and things really started moving up in September. Since then things have really accelerated which has given me a lot of energy.

It’s hard to know exactly how the year will play I out. But with everything that has gone up and down all a person can do is plan for what they want and walk in that direction. For me there’s a couple sites I’m going to launch, live healthier and read 52 books. There’s other goals I’m going to work towards but as a starting point to compare to this time next year, I’m excited to share those goals. Last year was incredibly challenging but when I look back now I wouldn’t have changed a day. I met so many new people and was able to do things I would never had thought possible. If I build off of that this time next year I’ll def. be in the mood to party. For all of those who helped and supported me (you know who you are) all I can say is thanks, and hopefully I can return the favour. Merci!

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  • http://itellstories.org Sameer Vasta

    The gospel truth:

    “All a person can do is plan for what they want and walk in that direction.”

    Good luck with your walking. If there's anything I can do to help, I'm here. Let me know.

  • http://designnotes.info/ michaelsurtees

    Thanks man!