Level 1 finally done despite the obstacles
Last Update: Apr 11, 2017
I have finally completed level 1 of training and am moving on to level 2. When I set out to do this about a month ago I felt I would blaze through this like a race car zips around the track. However, it took longer than expected. Between working the 9-5, a sick nephew, internet outages, and sickness of my own it was more difficult than I expected to find time to work on my dream business and spend time on WA.
One thing I have learned is that the world is full of obstacles. It isn't the obstacles that determine our fate but how we handle and overcome them. I found out 5 days ago I am diabetic. In a weeks time my vision deteriorated so much that I could not even read the computer screen anymore. I was weak and lethargic. I barely made it through a day at my 9-5. I took a trip to the eye doctor and got new contacts and get sent to get a diabetes screening and sure enough that was the problem.
It is a big lifestyle change to have to change basically everything there is about your life instantly. I however I try to look at it as improvement and not obstacles. A lot of people have it worse, such as the poor Syrians.
I am thankful to be done and more determined than ever to finish and succeed