Tweet If someone asked me what my biggest motivation was, I would say it was my big mouth. My entire life I have talked big, and as result, I often feel obligated to live up to the hype. I mean after all, I, like most other people, have an image to uphold, and I have noticed that once I say it I feel obligated to achieve it. Now this by no means is a bad thing, some of my greatest successes in life have come from running by big mouth. However, I most take the time to note, some of my biggest failures have come from it as well.
I obviously never learn though, because soon after I returned from my month hiatus I started announcing to people I was moving to Ghana. Now, at the time of the announcement, I didn't quite have my entire plan together. Don't get me wrong, its not like I didn't have any idea what to do, it's just that I had so many ideas of what to do. However, previous experience has taught me you always have to focus in on one. It's like the old folks say, "If you have too many pots on the stove, one will inevitably burn."
So over the past few weeks, I have had to not only rediscover what I am good at, but learn to apply it to a feasible business plan. I would love to tell you that I have narrowed it down to one solid venture, but I haven't. I have two, and I must admit I think I am comfortable with that. After all, a stove has four eyes and my two pots surely won't burn. Besides when I cook at home, I can use up to three eyes with no issue and trust me its not as easy as it sounds.
So now is the point, where everyone is dying to see what I am going to do. I would tell you, but it's not quite the time yet. Besides, I have to find some way to bring you back. :)