5 Important Things I Learned in 2015

  1. “Take a chance, Columbus did.” The best time to take a risk is when you don’t know what’s on the other side. Security comes from your own piece of mind and efforts to continue doing good.
  2. Kindness is the only way. There’s no way to justify being mean to anyone. I learned this the hard way. If you can’t be kind, remove yourself from the situation.
  3. Laziness won’t get you anywhere. I spent most of the first 6 months “half-assing” it. I was forced to work harder the second half of the year and I am happier and more confident because of it.
  4. Be mindful of your addictive tendencies. You could be addicted to anything! Watch out for desires that lead you to making poor choices.
  5. Family and long-term friendships are the most rewarding and precious relationships. You might think a new friend or mate is more important but never ignore the people that have endured more with you.
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