Wednesday, May 9, 2012

In the right direction

A chapter of my life has ended and a new one begins.

Home after 4 years, and wow, what a ride that was. I learned an unbelievable amount during university, not strictly about business either. The greatest knowledge I have gained is of myself; self-awareness and a bit of wisdom to go along with it. I finally know what I want, after years of searching blind and stumbling all over the place.

I know where I belong, and what work I was born to do.
He turns the page
The bright lit stage
Unveils and plays begin

It is time to jump right into the mix. In order not to lose the momentum generated by the conclusion of my education, I must set my course accurately. So far, it seems I'm off to a good start. This summer, and perhaps the rest of this year will be devoted to building a good basis for the rest of my life. I will become self-sustaining, self-motivated, and self-fulfilling in these four areas of my life:

  1. Get in amazing Physical Shape

  2. Dive into Animation & Art

  3. Increase my Personal Development

  4. Find a way to Never Have a Job

Utilizing this blog to it's full advantage will help me learn better. It allows for good reinforcement, and is also great practice for writing well. Hopefully this is the starting point in my plan to become more publicly visible and create some kind of value for other people. For now I will still treat this as something personal, a ground for me to work out my thoughts and such.

There is a lot of work still to do and the big picture is still as fuzzy but my gut says we are moving in the right direction. These days are filled with a hope and peace about the future. Now excuse me, it is time to get to work.


  1. We are always on the right path my friend, the path is always for us to decide. Keep on living the dream! Link up soon.

  2. Never give up Aaron!

    I got a good chuckle out of that last goal, though I see where you're coming from. It's just a little right field hit really - but it's always good to work for independence.

    If you ever need a chat or some feedback on anything, don't hesitate to send me a hello! I'm more than willing to help where I can.

    Take care sir!