Failure is also not permanent. Imagine that?
Technically, we have to fail if we're ever going to make a "comeback", ya know?
Of course, anytime we cite "failure" in our lives, our supporters are quick to remind us of how much good we have going for us. And I'm really not going to delve into that philosophical debate now because I'm not calling myself a failure. I'm definitely not that. I'm just talking about looking directly at an aspect of my life where I am a failure.
And now it's time to do something about that.
I am saying gooodbye to some things in my life that I've done badly. I still have to do them, of course, but I'm now declaring it time to do it right. The three most important people in my life are dependent on me doing just that. I can't think of a better motivation than the well-being of the very reason I wake up in the morning.
I wasn't screwing up, so to speak. I was just doing things wrong, and now I've come to grip with the fact that simply doing something the same way for a very long time will not make one successful.
I know this is a little vague in regard to what I'm talking about. The specifics aren't important. I just need to make myself accountable, and there isn't a better group of people to hold myself accountable to than the folks who are kind enough to share their time with me here.
I'm going to turn things around. I have to. I have the brains to do it, and I most definitely have the will to do it.
Now I have a lot more people to answer to. That's a good thing.
More details will follow.
Wish me luck, and hold me accountable. I'm counting on that.