“I’ve found that growing up means being honest. About what I want. What I need. What I feel. Who I am.” – Anonymous

Honestly, honesty is difficult. It sounds simple, it’s not though, it’s extremely difficult to be honest. Can you honestly answer these questions: What do you want? What do you need? What do you feel? Who are you? I told you honesty was difficult.

What do I want? I want to be financially fearless, this is the most important want for me. I want to be able to spend fearlessly. Money isn’t everything but it helps get you everything you want. I want to travel more and explore. I want to try,  I want to be fearless in the pursuit of my dreams, It’s always been a dream of mine to help others build their business and watch them grow, I’m passionate about design and branding. I want to be so consumed with passion that I can’t stand it.  I don want love, but I want to feel loved…it’s a totally different feeling, and I want to feel it. I want to explore every opportunity that comes my way, I want to act on every passion and dream even if it’s not well thought out or silly.

What do I need? I need to be learning and I need to be fearless, simple as that.

What I feel? I feel confused.

Who I am? This might be the hardest one yet. I am determined. I am scared. I am smart. I am underestimated. I am underappreciated. I am taken for granted. I am confused. I am happy. I am an outgoing introvert. I am consumed with desire. I am passionate. I am intense. I am worth fighting for.

As you can see, the last three questions have the shortest responses from me, and the first is by far the longest answer. With that being said, I’ll ask another question…How can you possibly know what you want if you don’t know who you are, how you feel or what you need?


Stay humble.





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