“Deciding means there’s no plan B, you’ve yanked in your one foot out the door & now both feet are inside, fully on board, ready to kick some ass.” -Jen Sincero
I don’t have a plan B for my plans for dreams. I’ve never had one before. I’ve been told to have one by teachers in high school & both of my parents. Those things don’t matter anymore because it’s far in the past. I feel like being told to have a plan B is like telling the person who has greater dreams for themselves that their dreams won’t come to fruition. It’s SOO messed up. I would not tell anyone to have a plan B because I know what that feels like. I don’t want them to feel that emotion of sadness & anger & feeling of despair. It sucks!! I really didn’t like it at that the time. I had felt like my dreams were invalid & not credible. I had felt that my dreams weren’t right for me. However, I know I’m right for my dreams.
Now, I know my dreams are right for me. That matters a lot to me because over the years of my life, I have grown to believe in myself. I’m halfway there. I just have to go pursue my dreams & work on them every single day. I wouldn’t take a day off, even when it is the weekend because my dreams don’t take a day off. Besides working on myself on a daily basis, I would have to improve my work on my dreams in order for them to come to fruition. I understand that I need a moment of rest, but then I need to kick some ass & make the day my bitch. I intend to make my life a great & meaningful one. No matter what it takes.
This post is inspired by the book, “You are a Badass at Making Money,” by Jen Sincero