Saturday, April 6, 2013

Tunnel Vision

Even though I have always had a love for learning, I've never really applied my intelligence to the point where I could say I did my absolute best, at least not academically.  The mind is so beautiful, too beautiful to waste, and realizing this is one of the reasons I've come to understand why education (in any form) is vital. Now, I'm more ready than I've ever been to excel beyond the limitations I trapped myself in a longgg time ago.

I get so excited when I face an opportunity to challenge myself that I overlook the logics...and the logistics.  How? Why? What? When acting off adrenaline, I normally forget to ask myself key questions that would allow my impulse decisions to be executed more carefully.  So I spent the rest of the week, including my weekend, asking myself these questions, to really digest what is about to take place. Eventually I was able to create a solid plan to my why, one that would require a 100%, all or nothing type of commitment,  dedication, and patience, a few things I've never been too great at.

Beginning any new plan can be really scary, but of all my crazy, wildcard plans, I never really stuck to any of them...barely even started.  So now is my chance. I'm at a place where I have to get permanent tunnel vision, because I'm not only changing my major, but also taking a humongous step into an unknown world to me. If it's something I really want to do, I have to proceed fearlessly and at full focus.
"People become quite remarkable when they start thinking that they can do things.  When they believe in themselves they have the first secret of success.
-Norman Vincent Peale

I can do this.

♥ Chymere A.
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