So many emotions going through my head right now.
I didn’t think I could keep it together to write today
Why you ask?
Well, my best friend of 10 years died today.
If you know me, you know how much I love my family.
I guess I kinda never thought of Frankie as family.
I mean he was more like a roommate that just kinda ate my food.
But he was more than that.
He was a best friend that always listened.
He was a workout partner when I didn’t feel like going back to the gym
He was an intimidating presence that scared people on the streets
And cuddled visitors when they came over (sometimes too much)
There is so much that I can go on to say about Frankie
But at this moment, we should ALL take this opportunity to
To learn from the greatest teacher of all time.
I’ve learned that dogs don’t always come when you want them to
And neither does anything else in life, but you always get what you need.
Now, in my experience there have been millions of successful people that
Have managed to develop something far greater than a game of fetch.
They have taken experiences, theirs and those of others and have
Shaped them into assets that create value for themselves.
How have your experiences shaped your life?
Can you say you’ve learned from them and turned them into value?
These are two difficult questions that every successful person answers
And then subsequently (nice word) gains fulfillment
By sharing, learning, and growing.
If you feel like you aren’t doing all of these things on a daily basis
I would encourage to consider that my private Facebook group
Project SELFFY is a place where people have been