So I just realized I haven’t blogged in a while…big deal…I’ve been in the dark taking care of business, learning how to best utilize my God-given talent for the betterment of our generation. I must say my new environment is different from the old. Sometimes I ask myself why I got myself into this stress, but you will be surprised that it’s the little things that keep me motivated. For example, the other day, I was in the process of learning this topic about the human body (keeping it simple for the sake of the blog) when I suddenly became frustrated. I had just realized that I went from being a prolific tutor to becoming a student, numbing the business side of my life. In the midst of my venting and anger, I heard the voice of my nephew. That was it. Reminiscing about the little time spent with a semi-descendant palliated my anger, and my day was made.
So why do I write this? You will be surprised how influential the little things in one’s life are. Like my godfather said, the doors to the greatest things on earth are opened by small keys. So take time out to spend with the ones you love, trust me, it’s the pictures and videos of today that eventually become the memories of tomorrow. It’s the little things that keep me sane.
Another motivation stems from the belief that we owe future generations a better tomorrow. Henry Ford is a great example. During his days, he asked people around the community what they needed, and they said faster horses. Funny enough, he was ahead of the game. He created a something that forever changed the world, a car. Bill Gates said, “we were young, but we good advice and good ideas and lots of enthusiasm.” The rest is history. I think it is very important as individuals to think of ways to contribute to making the world a better place.
P.S. This is very random but I hope you’re entertained and inspired.