December 31, 2016

Your Blank Canvas

2016 was a massive year of transition for me personally and professionally. I can’t remember another year where so many things changed.

Sometimes you need to leave important parts of your life behind in order to make room for your dream to change and grow. Taking the time to plan and execute properly is extremely important at these critical life junctures. If you take the time to truly understand your dream (what, why, how), then habitually implement a disciplined progression towards it, you will find that you are able to manifest magnificent change in not only your own life, but all of those around you, which at the end of your story is what will make it all worth while.

I’ve spent the last 6 months preparing myself to take the next step in my journey. I’ve thought day in and day out about the intellectual freedom that would come along with the blank canvas that is 2017. I can’t even begin to explain the depth of passion that feels like it is preparing to pour out, onto this canvas, but I can assure you I will enjoy every second of it.

Tonight I intend to raise a glass to all the dreamers, the crazies, the unconventional and the entrepreneurs but I will also toast to the fearful, the conservative, the down and out and especially the procrastinators; 2017 is a blank canvas, an opportunity for you to make aspirations reality. It’s begging you to get off your ass, get to work and paint that canvas.

In 2017 I’m going to paint a new canvas and I cannot wait to share it with you all.

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