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It was a big year for a lot of things and as I reflect on the past year, I am not sure which is the #1, but it’s a good one. Things were going great, I was working on my art, and I was creating a lot of new friendships. I was in a good place.
I just started working on my artwork. I wrote it down, and I’m still working on it, and I’m still working on it.
The year 2008 is not something I want to do, and if I had to sum it up in one word, I would say “exhausting.” I know that the year was filled with a lot of ups and downs, but I feel like 2008 was one of the more incredible years in my life. I had a great year, all things considered.
2008 was a year that had a lot of ups and downs. In fact, 2008 was the first year in the past 6 that I’ve ever felt like my life was going great. If my life was the only thing that mattered, I would still be in high school, working on a paper that I had been working on for over a year. I would still be making art, and I would still be putting in long hours at my job.
2008 was also the beginning of a new era for me. Before 2008 I had always been a day trader, and my life was all about that. I had never lived my life so far outside of a work of art. 2008 was the beginning of a new era for me. I was no longer trying to live my life in the world of day trading, but instead I was living my life in the world of art.
I’m not saying that I am not still a day trader. I’m not. I still go out and work from morning to night, and I still put in long hours at my job. But as far as my art career, 2008 was the beginning of a new era for me. I had been creating for over a year and just being able to finish something for the first time.
2009 was the year I truly started to feel the power that 2008 gave me. It was the year when I was able to make work that truly felt like a painting. I was able to put my creativity to work not just for myself. I was able to see my dreams come true and use my skills to help others. 2009 was also the year I fell in love with the world of trading.
On the verge of failure, I found myself being more productive in 2009.2010 was the year I finally hit the road. 2011 was the year I went down deep into making a business decision. 2012 was the year I realized that I had a better plan than 2012.2013 is the year that I see my dream come true.2014 was the year I began to feel the power that 2008 gave me.2015 was the year I realized that I had a better future.
Yes, I have to admit that I haven’t been doing my best to focus on the business aspects of my life. I can honestly say that I’ve been spending more time thinking about the business aspects than the personal aspects, and I have been spending more time thinking about the business aspects than the personal aspects. Yet, in a way the business aspects have had a lot more impact on my life than the personal ones.
The problem that I have is that there is a tendency to lose sight of the bigger picture. It sounds so trite, but it’s true. When things are going well, we think it’s all good. When things are going poorly, we think that there is a problem. That’s why I am such a fan of life coach, and why I have a better perspective on events, situations, and people.