Thinking 2021: How I have found success in 2020 and moving forward

I have said it before on social media and it’s a weird thing to say when 2020 has had such a negative impact on so many lives. For me 2020, as November ends draws near, has been a year of many successes. It was a good year where I have set my mind into things, did the work, and received recognition of said work.

My take away from this is that 2020 the year itself didn’t really have anything to do with the successes. I have been busting my ass day and night on the computer. I have been more proactive at work. I have been more proactive at life. I have been more proactive in almost every little thing, all for one purpose: I wanted change.

If you have heard from me before on social media or have seen me talking on forums or whatever. You have probably heard me say something like, “there isn’t such a thing as a good year or a bad year”. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes real bad things happens in a year and it is a depressing situation for the individual, and maybe next year is better because the bad events culminated.

What I want to get at is that if you don’t do anything whatsoever, it’s the equivalent of expecting different results while doing the same thing: nothing. Even before I became more proactive I already acknowledged the fact that a year doesn’t have any bearings on how you perform throughout the whole calendar.

It doesn’t. It’s like looking for an excuse of why you failed at something. It’s just an excuse at the end. And you won’t be happy about it because you probably deep down recognize that you didn’t do enough, perhaps. Or maybe you did a lot and it didn’t pan out for you and that can also happen, and I want to mention that because sometimes even if you are proactive and you move around and you do all the stuff that you have to do things just don’t go your way.

I’m thankful that a lot of things are falling into their places. I’m thankful that November is basically a fresh start in my life. I’m thankful for so many things. And yet, the best is yet to come.

I still have things I want to try. These things probably won’t be ready until 2021, realistically speaking.

My goals, and my mindset is to finish my project and publish it to the world in hopes that it becomes something greater.

I also plan to get on full-keto and lose all the pounds I can. As an obese person throughout most of my life. 2020 and 2021 has been trying to get back on track and lose the weight.

I want 2021 to be even better than 2020. And I’ll have to work on every aspect of my current self to do so.

New place, who dis?

I think… it’s been quite a hectic week for me. From rushing to set up utility services, to waiting for ISP to install their new service to a whole new ride of emotions after being considered for some things at work… it’s been two exhausting weeks where I feel I’m just wired right now moving earth and sea to get things done.

I feel slightly accomplished… because for a long time I’ve been set to do this. In fact I’ve been wanting to do this since 2014-2015 but life kept getting in the way in the most depressing ways possible. So I had to hold my ground until it was the right time to push for what I wanted. And I feel that everything is paying off… like I feel a bit more complete after achieving these things I’ve been wanting for so long.

So finally, a new place for me to sport. A new whole slew of achievements have been met at work. There’s a lot of things running in the background for me and I think right now I gotta ride this hectic time because I feel if I don’t I would be wasting opportunities and chances to do different things.

I want to get back to my project. I want to do a whole lot of new things and hopefully kickstart my social life in this new town once COVID is gone… but that will take a while.