Over the past ten years, I’ve invested a lot of time in myself and my personal life.
I’ve invested in learning, self-improvement, and personal development.
I’ve continuously worked toward mastering myself. I have a great personal life. I know myself. I’m in touch with myself.
It took a lot of time and work, but I did it and it was worth it.
I’m pretty content and satisfied. I’m at peace for the most part and am pretty happy.
I’ve come from the depths of darkness.
I’m proud of my accomplishments and achievements. I’ve done a lot in 32 years.
I’m proud of where I came from and am looking forward to where I’m going.
I’m not proud of all of my words and actions from the past, but I am proud of who I’m becoming.
All of the work I’ve done will require ongoing maintenance. I refuse to relapse and go back to some of the deep, dark places I once was.
The next chapter is mastering my professional life. Building a successful career. Building successful businesses. Investing better. Adding value to the lives of others. Helping and serving others. Lifting others up. Giving back. Leaving the world a better place. Doing meaningful, purposeful things. Building things together. Creating social change. Advocating for causes important to me.
As I look back, I realize I’ve been selfish in ways. I had to be to heal. I had to prioritize my health and happiness. I had to get healthy. Because I was depressed. I was low. I was in a bad place mentally. I was going down a dark path.
I’ve hurt people. I wasn’t always a good family member, boyfriend, friend, coworker, and employee. But I was always a good teammate. I was always kind, polite, and respectful.
To those that I’ve hurt, I’m sorry. To those who have helped me along the way, thank you.
I just want to be the best the best I can be. I just want to be a good person, take care of myself and my loved ones, help others in this world, and make the world a better place.