Man, on the eve of one of the greatest runs I will ever experience, here I am bringing a long tradition back. if you guys are unsure what this is about, the Ramble of Positivity is about stating all the great things that are happening in your present life. It’s about writing your list of gratitude down below, so here’s my!
- I’m so happy and grateful that this year has turned into the most successful year of my life.
- I’m so thankful for the people I’ve attracted into my life.
- I’m truly grateful for the hardships that ultimately turning into the greatest success of my life.
- WIth all my heart, I’m unbelievably grateful for attracting the best situations that have set me up to make a massive splash in 2019.
2019 — a number that is lingering large — remains anonymous for everyone. Those people who were shouting those phrases, “2018 is going to be my b****” ended up doing the same thing for 2018 because they weren’t able to destroy those beliefs and negative conditioning. This is one of the biggest problems for everyone out there. However, where I was at the beginning of this year, trying to get out of one of the most toxic working environments imaginable; to where I am now, forming a mastermind group, podcasts, job opportunities, ebooks, webinars — is short of magnificent. Just unbelievably amazed how I’ve come this far, and this is why I just need to soak this in.
Now, back to the main topic at hand. Trifecta glory. Wait, let’s just go back to my blog at the beginning of the year. I’m laughing hysterically because I never had the opportunity to go to Bishkek, and I never did the Spartan Sprint in Hong Kong (thank the UNIVERSE FOR THAT!). Even with the massive Beast in Bright, Australia, I had a fall out with a friend and didn’t really trust her after the situation had gone soar. So, there was a Malaysian Sprint, a VERY-VERY-TERRIBLE Spartan Super in an egregious part of Thailand, and then the exceptional Beast which is approaching in 27 hours.
But let’s dig even deeper into those blogs, which I’ll probably review in full very soon. I think the amazing part of my shortcomings was that I never gave up. Going back to my personal development blog, I felt a Very-Scared-Arsenio writing. Being at that job, having those chest pains, and anxiety, is unbelievable. It’s like “why did you put up with it for so long?” However, I was already on my way out when I made it up in my mind just a couple months before. That was a super difficult couple of months. Not knowing what the future held for me, but with patience and knowing that I was too good not to have a job, it all came because of hustle. That’s what I’m so grateful for today. Being grateful for the magnificent overcoming of who I was back in the grit. I knew that there was something out there willing to give me something…and it happened.
Now, I’m at the cusp of one of the biggest races of my life, and it’s time to establish myself as one of the greats (in my own mind).
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