i don’t say this often, but i’m seriously proud of what @itsmarsluna did this past Saturday at @sofarhonolulu. his performance was truly special. i usually miss his sets cause he’s usually the bathroom break for me. it makes me excited for we can accomplish next year.
I hear a lot of people say I’m going be the next big thing like Steve Jobs, Elon Musk or Kelly Slater. But will you do actually DO WHAT IT TAKES TO ACHIEVE IT?
I’ve found that people only see the success at the end.... But what they didn’t see is the major setbacks disappointments and all the failures that came before their so called big break! •
•Steve Jobs had numerous products flop before the iPhone was produced
•Elon Musk was bullied daily in school and at one point beaten so bad that he had a operation on his nose
•Kelly Slater has had numerous Injury’s from broken bones to surgery’s that kept him out of the water for months. •
We all want the success but forget how much energy it takes or how hard it may become. Do you quit if your first idea or business fails? When people point and laugh or criticize you because your trying to create a company will you close shop? If your down and out because your sick or hurt do you throw in the towel? Write your own story to the 🔝 I’ll see you there!! Will you do what it takes to achieve your goals??
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