I’ve always believed fully in setting goals and putting your full focus towards achieving them. It’s honestly amazing what the human mind can do with a goal and complete focus towards achieving it. In the beginning my goals were almost all material – exotic cars, more money, bigger diamonds and more homes. Every single goal I set – I achieved. I set goals so damn high I didn’t think it was even remotely possible and I still achieved it somehow. For Godsake – i’ve driven your dream car and already gotten sick of it. I had a good run for a couple years and finally encountered my first failure where I grew most as a person. This page was finally updated March 23rd, 17′ and is focused on me growing internally as an individual – not as a businessman, showman or bigshot.
- to not change who I am.
- to start working on balance.
- to make time for my hobbies.
- to physically take better care of myself.
- to get my thoughts out and share them.
- to pray more often with more meaning behind it.
- to stay strong through the challenges coming my way.
- to subdue my passions and improve myself in masonry.
- to be self-reliant.
- to work with less people.
- to build a solid foundation.
- to frugally start companies.
- to learn from past mistakes.
- to keep my dealings private.
- to try new businesses even if I hate it.
- to continue optimizing myself & employees.
Self Betterment Goals:
- to stay sober.
- to be less rigid.
- to continue seeking balance.
- to take regular self-inventory.
- to grow my relationship with God.
- to drop all of my resentments & hatred.
- to not be ashamed nor a prisoner of my past.
- stop rationalizing and beware of self-deception.
- to stop avoiding problems & deal with emotions.
- to practice restraint without reverting to negative behavior.
Long Term Goals:
- to get married.
- to achieve real balance.
- to not treat life like a business.
- to learn how to do ‘manly’ things.
- to take a year off entirely off from work.
- to have more children.
- to vacation at least
foursix times a year. to continue bettering my home. to not take life so seriously. to achieve greatness.