… I am inspired when I see people pursuing their dreams by doing what they love for the betterment and happiness of their lives … I heard a quote that says:
“…funny thing is, we only have control over our reaction to the things we can not control … ” -Unknown
…that quote encouraged me to share these thoughts I have… I say, pursue your dreams, be who you are meant to be and do what you are meant to do … so what you fall, get up … so what you know nothing about a topic right this moment, learn it … but people tell themselves, I got my job(s), I got my kid(s), I got a family, I got this, I got that
… guess what? So does everyone in whatever field that interests you in life. Whether it be real estate, stocks, agriculture, sales, sports, the arts, aviation, entrepreneurship, education, fashion, manufacturing, health, consumer services, philanthropy, technology, etc…no matter what field, those people have that same 24 hrs you do.
Let me ask you, why do you know a lot about the stats, trends and the culture of the dream(s) you have? Know why? You’re deeply invested from a sideline perspective. Get in the game.
Yet, people come up with the most elaborate things to tell themselves why they can’t purse their dream(s). And all I’m saying is that, you owe it to yourself to put into motion a mentality that says: “consistency in pursuing my dream(s) is the common denominator” … And you have the capabilities to be consistent in the pursuit of your dream(s) because you have already been consistent in telling yourself why you can’t pursue your dreams and you have mastered that to the extreme!!! Now just reverse that thought process and start mentally, by telling yourself that you can pursue your dream(s) and do THAT consistently.
Start right from where you are today and do something everyday from here on out about your dream(s) and if there is a day that you don’t do anything, immediately forgive yourself, let it go and get back to the dream(s).
Keep a detailed record of what you are doing daily which will build momentum to the point that your dream(s) becomes a part of the fabric of who you are as a person.
I know and most importantly YOU know that there is a dream(s) inside of you that is pulling at you daily and it is eating you alive to pursue it, but you just never do it for factors only known to you. I say, if it is something that you truly love, inspires you and you want to do, then go ahead and do it with everything inside of you!!! I mean, you spend so much energy, time plus resources on things and people that get you no closer to your dreams, yet your dedication level is unwavering. I just encourage you to be that same way towards your own dreams!!! Dedicated YOU to YOU!!!
I mean YOU are the ONLY thing stopping YOU!!! And that will ALWAYS be the case!!!
… And to those who are already pursuing and living their dream(s), thank you … please continue to inspire and shine your light … the world needs that energy …
Shared by @ZechWilsonMedia
#22 RB | LB C/O 2016
Santa Fe High School | Alachua, FL.
HEIGHT 5′-10″ WEIGHT 190 LBS BENCH: 260
GPA: 4.3 | A.C.T. SCORE 29
Had 85 tackles, 6 for loss, 2 sacks and 2 pass breakups even though he missed three games with injury.
Hamp Cheevers, Trenton, Jr., ATH, 5-11, 160: Scored 21 touchdowns — 11 as a receiver (22 catches for 447 yards), 7 by rushing (66 for 551 yards) and 3 on interception returns for 1A Tigers, which reached regional finals; first team all-state selection.
COLLEGE OFFERS FROM: Buffalo, Marshall, Idaho, Mercer, North Carolina Central,Prairie View A&M, Tennessee State, Florida A&M. MANY MORE INTERESTED
ALSO NAMED GAINESVILLE SUN’S BOYS SMALL SCHOOL ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
BASKETBALL: 20.2 points, 6.7 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 3.5 steals and 2.1 blocks as a guard.
TRACK: In track and field, he finished ninth at 1A state in the long jump, and had a personal record leap of 21-4.5 in placing second at Region 2-1A.
HEIGHT 6’4″ WEIGHT 243lbs 40 YD: 4.7
VERTICAL 39″ BENCH 290 SQUAT 350
10 CATCHES 225 YDS 1TD | GRADED OUT 80% ON BLOCKING
COLLEGE OFFERS: F.A.M.U., BETHUNE COOKMAN, SOUTH ALABAMA WITH MORE INTERESTED.
#8 OLB C/O 2016
Santa Fe High School | Alachua, FL.
HEIGHT 5’10” WEIGHT 210lbs VERTICAL 30″ BENCH PRESS 300lbs SQUAT 405 | 86 Tackles, 19 for loss, 9 Sacks, 5 pass breakups, Fumble Recovery for a TD | 3.4 G.P.A.