Like an out of body experience, I stood on the other side of my judgement like never before.
Humility has taught me how to put my pride and ego aside — most importantly, it has taught me how to ask for help… how to learn to listen, and listen to learn.
You posses the key to that lock on that ball and chain that weighs you down and holds you back from achieving greatness.
It’s the good, bad and ugly all wrapped up in one. It would say…”Hey! I went through a mountain range of shit and survived and you can too”.
The list of things I’ve lost is long, yet when I’ve lost things I’ve always gained a whole new appreciation for them.
If I don’t try, I’ll never know, and I’d rather try and fail, than fail in not trying.
Experience is the best teacher of all. It’s not about how many times you may stumble and fall. It’s about how many times you can pick yourself back up and keep on climbing.
That whole experience taught me a very valuable lesson, about reaching out for help and telling the truth about where you are before it’s to late
This lesson can be one of the most important ones, if you’re willing to learn. Some of the greatest mistakes lead to the greatest change.
I want to talk about what’s behind the smile, stuff people need to talk about. Like an iceberg, there is more than meets the eye, and the much bigger piece is always under the surface.