It's only right that I dedicate a spot on my page to my absolute favorite and arguably the greatest wrestling entertainer of all time. The "Nature Boy" Ric flair. He's a 16 time World Champion. He's known as " Being born with a silver spoon in his mouth."He was always dressed to perfection, and let everyone know that he was better than the average man lol. He made his mark in the NWA, WCW,and WWF. His promos and interviews are the stuff of pure legend. He was loud, ambitious, full of energy and extraordinarily arrogant. However he could definitely back it up in the ring. Flair would play the playboy character dripping with swagger, and oozing with cool. He would tear his opponents down with slick words. His surplus of catchphrases and improvised ramblings are some of the most entertaining that the industry has ever seen. In his prime his career, charisma, and star power was totally undeniable, and has been talked about for over 30 years.The only other heel in comparison is my other favorite Jake "the Snake" Roberts. Flair is also known for leading the iconic faction known as the Four Horseman which everyone rightfully feared and respected. Even as a young child I would see him speak on TV and knew he was "unique." Today's younger generation even seems to know who the man is. So thanks "Naitch" for putting a smile on our faces and being "the best in the business." To be the man, you gotta beat the man!!! @ricflairnatureboy :
2 804:47 PM Sep 11, 2018
Felt this was important to add to my page this afternoon lol.
*Realizing Your True Potential
Not realizing your true potential is probably one of the bigger regrets as people get older; realizing that you could’ve been more is one of the biggest emotional upheavals you can experience in your life. That is why it is quintessential that you do not let opportunities fly away; for those fortunate enough to live in a society where there is free will to do and be pretty much anything you want, you must capitalize the opportunity to self-actualize, to be the best you can be. 🔭
* Find out what you really want to do in life
I think all of us, either implicitly or explicitly, want our lives to stand for something—to mean something. We want to be apart of something bigger than ourselves—we want our lives to have meaning.
One way to bring meaning to your life is to find out what you really want to do with it. Find out what your passion is, and find a way to turn that passion into a big part of your life. Your passion doesn’t have to earn you money, but it should become an integral part of your life.
In order to find out what you really want to do in life, you have to be brutally honest with yourself.
*Know that success is a process, not an event. People seem to glorify success, wishing to be a millionaire or a world-class athlete. But many people miss out on all that went into getting to that point. People don’t just all of a sudden become successful. Success comes from years and years of sacrifice and work; sacrifice that most are not willing to make and work that most are not willing to put in. All people see is the glory of success, but they don’t see the blood and sweat from endless hours of effort in getting there.
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