I must admit when I first started the IEC program, I was not too thrilled with whom I was. I was very stubborn, hard headed, frustrated, lost and confused with damn near everything! I’m speaking from the heart. I must keep it 100%.
First, I must be honest with myself, to be honest with everyone else! So, in describing my plan, it consists of keeping in touch with the entertainment, movie, and commercial industries.
I plan on using the information I learned from IEC. Patience is the key to taking my knowledge to the next level. I’ll be able to pursue my method of attaining what’s needed to be successful. That’s why I’ll need to use my Personal Board of Directors to help guide me in making effective and responsible choices “at that present time.”
The reason I stated “at that present time” is because plans may need to be adjusted! I’ll need the best laid out plans to be effective and responsible. Another key component, is deciding whom and how to love those that I allow to hold me back that can be instrumental in helping me go back to a place I need not be.
I can honestly say I trust myself to making those decisions, day in and day out! So, by me starting to go forward, the plan I’m trying to create will slowly come together. This will help form my real quality world, which consists of my family and I, and loved ones by my side to help me realize the success I so need and want. To be content with myself, I say to myself, “I feel that I’m starting to make me happy with whom I am.” That’s the start of giving back to whom I so love and need, to make up for the years I stole from her happiness!
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