You gotta draw your line in the sand. And once others know where you stand, That's when you can draw up connections, that is that's when you begin building relationships.
When I was 11, I always stared at my feet. I was looking for that $20 bill my mom picked up but I missed. I've since learned that lightning don't strike twice.
Work, school, work, school. I got blown off by my professor as being nothing special because I wasn't. I was in a premature rat race where I put in 100% of my efforts towards meeting obligations and 0% towards going after dreams.
You're defining moments are often hidden away in mundane archives. So how can you instill change into the world without first examining yourself in the mirror?
When I was 9, there was a power outage. I instinctively knew it was important to act as a cohesive unit.