What 2013 and the beginning of 2014 taught me was that I can get through anything in life. Growing up how I did I've always had to defend myself & I found out that there are real genuine people in my life that always have my back. I stayed working a place that didn't make me happy out of security, but what I did was make myself miserable and I couldn't make those in my life fully happy. What leaving that job did for me looking back was opened many doors and avenues that I wouldn't of had the chance at. In a lot of ways my career choices had my wings clipped. When I walked out that door for the last time as an employee it made my wings spread and now I'm flying. All the negativity and shade that was thrown my way also made me hold on tight to those that have known me and actually do know me inside out. Overall completing and making my personal life that much stronger. Up until then there were cracks in all the above see my job was all I knew and I worked my ass off for nothing. In putting my loved ones first it made work and school easy. I put too much emphasis on both and being perfect. Fact is no one is perfect and although I've walked a path I choose to never walk again I am thankful for that learning experience. It taught me a lot about myself and made me realize now that I'm stronger than I've ever been. In grasping this reality it made my personal bonds better than ever. I can honestly say I smile all day, we laugh all day, we enjoy each other's company. Career wise I love my whole team where as where I was at this time last year it was a being used dragged into the ground kind of employee. It's not right to be in a position that you work more and harder than your manager and they make more money. That was really the eye opener for me. I found myself putting in 55-60 hours and they barely worked 40, so I bounced I had enough after 4 years I left with no notice. There are times in your life that you move on to bigger and better things and that was my turning point, everything has improved in my quality of life. New house, new car, new career, new business. I had to get out of my own way and not hold on to something that did nothing good for me but bring me down. I rolled the dice and if you know any Capricorns you know that was a very hard thing to do since we like financial security over risk. No risk no reward and now I'm looking back and thinking I came out of that I can do anything in this life.
Hard Work & Dedication