LOL just kidding, it doesn’t matter. I’m proud of you regardless, bro. We’ve all been busy, starting over, falling back down, getting right back up, stumbling sideways, and starting right over again. Don’t tell anyone, but I find it kinda fun. Through every L I’ve taken in the last five months, I’ve learned a vital lesson that teaches me I’ll be just fine. Being able to bounce back every single time reminds me that I’m lowkey a flipping genius.

 Failing and starting over shouldn’t be daunting; you’re only embarrassed because you’re worried about what other people will think. Take everyone else out of the picture and suddenly there’s no competition or comparison – you’re doing better than your previous self and that’s all that matters. If you pace yourself, and focus on the things you have achieved, especially those you initially had no idea how to combat, you’ll soon realise what a sick guy you are.

 So, at the beginning of the year you had all these plans, right? Some of you sent us your plans, and we discussed a plan of how you’ll get there. You’ve all since accomplished parts of those. You may not have hit every single target exactly when you were supposed to but if you’re reading this then I’m guessing that it hasn’t killed you. There are still 7 months (245 days) left of the year. Refill your juices whenever you need to. Some of you are pretty old already, but for the most part we all have a lifetime of making mistakes and messing up. So get over the fact that your family friend, that’s only two years older than you, just became a millionaire and learn how to start over now. “I didn’t do this right, but I did that and the other seamlessly, so next time I’ll…”.

You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take (I think I stole this from someone’s Instagram caption, but it applies so we move!)

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