Thinking Out Loud & Being Honest


It’s been a minute since I’ve wrote something but here I am now.

Something that I’ve realized this past couple months is this… People can see something in you at times and see it from the beginning of them meeting you but until you can see it for yourself you will ignore it. Over the years I’ve had people say your a business man or your a musician without me ever saying I do music or have a love for business. I would question God and say, “Is this true”? Is this where I’m suppose to be? As I stated earlier in the year on one of my post that I am the Overthinker and if I can’t come to a solution from Brandon’s Head University then It’s a no go were not doing it. I rather not do it and not Fail rather than try and maybe succeed and Fail. That’s really what it comes down to when you try something… You have that 50/50 chance that this might work. At least you have something to bank on and learn from if you do fail but not trying gives you zero results. 

I just want to encourage everyone to not waste time and to get started on your dreams. We all have gifts and talents and if its tugging on you to dig deeper and work the gift then do just that, but do it 100%.

3 thoughts on “Thinking Out Loud & Being Honest

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  1. OK, as your bro, you know I’m gonna be the truthful/honest side of things. I think that you have to do those things while you’re able to. Here I am 34 years old trying to FINALLY start going after my A+ Certification along with trying to better myself in so many words. I’ve finally found my niche w/ podcasting (among other things). Just do them & let the failing & risks come with time. Good luck. If you need to talk about it, you know I’m here & not going anywhere whatsoever.

    1. I agree with you bro. and just as that… at any age you can pick up and do something… but just don’t sit and not do anything or talk yourself out of doing something before you at least give it a try… Sorry for the Late reply… I’m getting better.

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