Getting On A Bike

By Scott Price | Blog

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Aug 21

My life is starting to change faster than it ever has before.  I like to think of it as me having just been walking through life the past 3-4 years.  And as I’m walking along I find a bicycle… and it took a little while to learn how to ride it.  But now I’m cruising along.

I know that one day I will find a car, and eventually get on the highway.  But not today.

I have set an unofficial date for my departure to Thailand, which is September 17th.  There are still a lot of preparations to make, but if I keep moving forward I know it can be a reality.

I’m on the verge of launching a new coaching course to the public, literally less than an hour away as I sit here and type this.  Being so close to passing another milestone in my life makes me realize just how fast things are changing.  I’m picking up the pace at which I live life and that’s exactly how I want it.

Just over the past two months I’ve managed to become self employed, start two additional sources of income, get my body into better shape than it has been in the past 4 years, drastically reduce my cigarette addiction (back to being a social smoker, only when around others who smoke), have gotten myself into a marketing conference where I will be surrounded by multi-millionaires for two days, and preparations to move out of the country are still in progress.

My philosophy and ideals about life are also drastically changing.  I know much less about the feeling of stress (still a little more than I’d like, I hate to admit).  I can’t remember the last time I was frustrated with someone, and I seem to just take life as it comes.  I can’t change the past, and I know I’ll deal with future problems when they become the present.

I think the most positive change in my mindset these past two months has been that my long phase of depression has completely ended.  3 years of sorrow seemed like an eternity for someone of my optimism.  Which is something to point out, through everything I still managed to stay completely optimistic.

But don’t get me wrong, I completely understand that my depression was my choice.  Lead on by addictions and bad habits, continuously digging myself deeper day after day.  It took much longer to climb myself out of the hole than it did to dig it… but at least I worked my way back to the top.

From here on I just have to keep taking it day by day, constantly striving to accelerate the pace at which I live.  There is too much to see, too much to experience, and too much time wasted in the past for me to keep walking along.

And I’m sure some of you are looking forward to watching videos of scuba diving, seeing pictures of temples, and all out Bankgkok city madness… instead of just reading my jibber jabber.

Till next time.

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