I was a complete joke, and maybe still am

I was a complete joke from 2003 – 2008, and maybe still am. Laugh if you want, but this applies to all of us. When we look back on our lives in five and ten year increments, we seemed like such a punk “back then”.

What we convinced ourselves was impossible then, is so minuscule now, it’s embarrassing how small we thought “back then”.

Our big, hairy, audacious goals right?

Why do we dream them up if we aren’t gonna go for it?

Sometimes we sit on these for decades.

Four years ago I forced myself to write five daily, differently-themed blogs for 100 straight days (500 posts upon completion).

Now, what was once impossible to accomplish, is now my “surplus-posts buffer”.

So yeah, there are 100 days (500 posts) already written. Done. Waiting. Extra.

Pretty ridiculous, eh?

We thrive, or regret, in proportion to this common, but quiet, opportunity… (freely shared here)


Get Used To It

Failure Is Not An Option
Failure Is Not An Option

Impossible is for amateurs.

Impossible is nothing.

If you’re goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.

People will call you crazy. Get used to it.

People will tell you it can’t be done. Get used to it.

You’ll want to quit chasing your crazy, impossible goals. Don’t get used to it.

I Have A Dream

He Thinks I'm God
He Thinks I'm God

Do you have a dream?  Of course you do.  Who doesn’t?

Do you know the question behind the question?

No seriously, do you?

I mean, “Do you have a dream so big, everyone considers it impossible?”

Maybe you should.

Last year, after reading Robert Kiyosaki’s bestselling book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, dreams of a different kind began to form.

And this week, I’ll share a few more highlights.  Meanwhile, there is a fairly comprehensive Rich Dad Poor Dad summary in the top banner. It’s been there for a year.

You can see a lot when you look around.