Sometimes in life we can give our absolute all only for it to be not good enough. We are discarded and forgotten like a momentary whisper in the wind. In the sheer blink of an eye, years of unprecedented dedication, vast sacrifice and unbridled passion can be eviscerated by our own actions and words in less than sixty seconds. These actions may come to define us for eternity and leave a gigantic ocean of severe emotional and psychological regret hanging deep over our heads, coupled with burning anxiety, frustration, disappointment and hurt.
When you pass on and people now have to make a speech about you, what would they say? Would they say you took every opportunity that came your way or would they say you failed to leave the starting blocks? How many times have you wanted to do something, launch something or make a change in your life but there are some negative voices that seem to want to derail you and throw you off balance?
Country Recording Artist Brinn Black is a Nashville-based rising star who is pursuing the bold dare to dream of Country music superstardom; Brinn Black was born in Virginia.
Brinn Black’s unique entrepreneurship approach to achieving her goals has led the multi-talented singer-songwriter on a road to self discovery as well as sharing her inspiring story with the world.
Happiness and weighing scales. These are two entities that encompass very different definitions, one (happiness) holding complexity and endless questions, while the other (weighing scales) containing accuracy and precise answers. However, thinking closely, these words and their meanings fit nicely inside each other.
It was only a matter of time before we started to give a voice to In-spire LS. This week I share my article ‘The Have and the Have Not’s’, an in depth post that goes through how destructive social media can become if we allow it to be. I also share my TOP 5 Tips on how you can remain positive and stay in your own lane.
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There’s so many times in our life where we mentally plan ‘When I get enough money, I’m going to do this’ or ‘Next week I’m going to take my friend out’ But what about right now? What are you doing right now? Tomorrow is never promised unfortunately, so it’s better that you embrace and enjoy the moment; the here and the now.
Many people struggle with living and working. In this very constant quest to move up the ladder, fit into society and secure financial security, we often neglect the very life we currently have.