Monthly Archives: October 2019
Posted by Relentless on October 17th, 2019
Good Morning, Monday
Posted by Relentless on October 7th, 2019
Good Morning Monday. I'm here in the cubicle next to your office. I hate that you got into the building before me, but I will do better. You must be on that Military Time! Anyway Monday, I thought I'd reach out to you this morning, since you and I woke up healthy... and I thought I'd let you know that despite what others say about you and no matter how difficult you make life for so many people on this first day of the week... despite all of that, I am determined to work beside you and with you and I will do it with my chin up, I'm gonna stick my chest out and I'm gonna survive no matter what.
'm gonna achieve no matter what. And if I have to, I will eat shit until the goals I've set are achieved. I will march forth until the work I do is satisfying. And I will take all the necessary risks to see that my greatness resounds above all else. God Bless you Monday. I'm glad we made it here alive. I share GOODVIBES with you and all whom you touch with your unbridled energy. Peace superpreneur authorpreneur entrepreneur blessed
A Day In The Life…
Posted by Relentless on October 6th, 2019
I'm so blessed to wake up happy and content in the path I've taken to this life I have today. God has blessed me with MERCY because my life could've ended so many times. And let me say, falling asleep at the steering wheel can be more death-defying than a random bullet. THANK GOD FOR ANOTHER AMAZING DAY OF LIFE!
If there's one thing that is greater than my talent it is my resourcefulness and my want to be extremely organized. Still a work in progress, I am living a full life, a healthy life, teaching myself that me and everything I do is all about love.
My life has evolved because of books. Not a rap career or a sports career, but books. Sometimes I sit back and wonder how I did this. How I chose the toughest profession and how did I win bigger than most others in this same lane. It was definitely learning that, beyond all else, "mastering my craft" helped me to achieve the big win. But...
Part of this "Mastery" is that you need to sustain. You will need to have a strong work ethic. You will need to stay inspired. You'll need to go above and beyond and you can't just sit back and rest on PAST SUCCESSES. Sure, your past gives you credentials, BUT WHO AND WHERE ARE YOU NOW?
So as I wake up into my world of creativity...