I am humbled by words and honestly, quite emotional.
I’ll start with this angle, “You should also see this, the guy pushed into the water could be eaten.”
Definitely, there are always those who win and lose at this thing called life.
However, I think I got to that point where I had to decide to give everything or lose everything — and by that, I mean life itself.
The man could have been eaten if he chose to swim back or forth…but he did the latter with a clear focus on getting to the other end.
I’ll say he survived because he chose to focus on what he could control, coupled with that determination to keep pushing (swimming).
It is not new knowledge that some of the most successful people aren’t necessarily the best…they are the ones who know where they are going and would stop at nothing to get to where they want to get to.
I haven’t figured everything out, and I have not gotten to the point in life where I would consider myself a success — I am not anywhere near that. But the truth is, I am happier than I have ever been in my life.
I want to be fulfilled in my chosen career, and I want to be happy. I understand happiness is not a destination…it is the process.
Writing is a process I would be happy to bear.
I am sorry about the looming bankruptcy of your Start-up, and I do hope you beat the situation and get the most out of it.
I am glad you have remained positive even in the circumstance.
Your Medium plan sounds great, and I wish you the very best.
Thank you so much for sharing your story with me, I can’t put in words how amazed I feel hearing such heartfelt words.
Indeed, a step at a time.