To be successful means different to every single one of us. For a crawling baby, its being able to walk, for a typical grown up, it could mean being able to buy all the luxurious products and being able to afford the extravagant lifestyle. We all want to be successful and most of us chase money, fame, power, education, relationships and a thousand other things without ever stopping to ask: What, actually, is success?
Very few of us pause to consider what it truly means to be successful and when we do too, we tend to follow in other's footsteps blindly and because its not our own life plan design, chances are we’ll fail. Your vision of success should be unique to you alone, always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself; do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it. Only then you will be able to get what you want and achieve what you desire most.
Hey friends! Here is me (15 pounds lighter than you’ve ever seen me- more on that later) and two of my favorite guys. Alex, my bro on the left and Jon, my ❤️on the right. .
So since the 8th of February I’ve been committed to trying to be a healthier human. That began with quitting sugar. Typically it is suggested you don’t completely cut foods out of your life when trying to lose weight because you will crave them. I’ve tried that. Doesn’t work for me. .
I’ve been successful with sugar. (Got my 15 pound weight loss reward with cookie dough in New York- my only cheat day!) this past week I started exercising with Quinn (photo coming soon). She’s kicking my butt and trying to help me achieve 1 pull up. .
And I’m trying to balance shooting for work, shooting for fun, and my personal relationships. That’s hard. I worked myself sick this past week and I need to find balance. Any advice for balancing everything when you’re addicted to work? (I think I’ve replaced sugar with work! 😂)