First blog post. (The Uncertainty of the unknown)
It’s late, and I’m just here thinking. I’m flicking through Netflix trying to find something I can connect with, something that comforts me, something I can get unraveled in. Tonight, I’m unlucky...
It’s the 4th day since I lost my job of 4 years, maybe that’s causing the overthinking. I had goals, I had plans, and life seemed to be coming together. I was fighting through my depression and finally seeing some results. Then they cut me lose... my goals shattered in that moment, wow. What now?
Well now, I’m free.
Sometimes we get too consumed with the lives we’ve created we forget who we are. That creative, lively, intelligent being you haven’t tapped into lately because you’ve been working overtime and focused on that one thing that makes us get out of bed in the mornings.
When I take time to think about things, I’m actually pretty happy I lost my job. Now I have time to focus on what’s important. Me. My dreams, my goals, and my happiness.
I can finally start blogging and work on finishing my first book. My goal in life is not to make my CEO richer than he already is while I sit back and receive crumbs. The goal is to one day BECOME the CEO.
What may seem like a loss may actually be a Win.