Since yesterday, I have been happy with myself and most importantly I have been thankful to the most high. The small wins he keeps throwing along my life’s path is something I can’t thank him enough for.
I’ve been walking around my apartment like I just won a lottery. For the record I can’t seem to remember just how many times I’ve punched the air and I can feel my fist crying out loud. I’ve been in my best mood and I honestly don’t know if that moment that came by will ever stop being the finest of memories.
We could go on and on just how great the lord has been to us all. We can churn out stories of zero to hero and document how He has transformed our lives. Some are not shy to talk about it while other will simply busk with their joy and delight on the inside. For me, I’ll write about it…atleast when I can.
Fastlane Media the company me and my close friends work for has started registering remarkable successes and I have all the reasons to be happy and even write about it. But no, I mostly need to thank everyone that came through for our inaugural event that went down on Friday at the Square. It was massive. You folks tuned up, loved it and left happy, damn! Those scenes comforted my heart.
Cliche as it may sound, to me, it means a lot. It’s a great step towards what could be the finest of destinations. Fastlane is young team, an underdog company starting out but with a bright future.
To calm my nerves down not to have a nervous breakdown with intense emotion, I’ve taken over 5 cups of decaffeinated tea. To take in all this joy, I’ve personally thanked all my friends that genuinely came through and supported the hustle. It was never about the money but the great strides we took and the direction the team is headed.
Things may not go your way all the time, those setbacks will always settle in just to check you and balance you. While you wait for the big breakthrough, start appreciating the small wins, the small successes, the small achievements.
Take this home with you, celebrate those small wins with delight!
We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends. ~ Mary Mcleod Bethune