Long empty roads remind me that success is a journey.
Failure and criticism are pre-requisites for success. So don't be in a hurry. You will fail many times, but that's good. .
You can either take it as a lesson learned or a failure.
I like to take as a lesson learned.
The choice is simple: you either stay in the job that you dread each morning, the job that you "get by" with...or....you make a change, take a risk, and try something new.
I quit my corporate job 2 years ago to chase my dreams of travel and adventure. Some thought it was crazy and risky, but I didn't. It's been the most fulfilling and enjoyable time of my life!
This week, I'm going to let you in on how you could be chasing your dreams, without worrying about your future.
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On our journey to the Grand Canyon. .
This trip made me visualize that the road to success is not a smooth path. It has sharp turns, hills, mountains, lows, rough roads, but remember there's a great destination at the end of that journey and all the struggle and sacrifice will be worth it.
Drove through this cute little Dutch town not far from the California coast in Solvang. Had to make a pit stop for a yummy Dutch pastry....soooo worth it!
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Soaring over Las Vegas was incredible to say the least. It was been one of the most memorable experiences because I, Eduardo, conquered a big fear of heights that has always stood in my way. .
Keep growing and challenging yourself.
Yesterday at #hearstcastle , we stood on gold at the indoor “Roman Pool.” These glass tiles, called smalti, are either colored (blue or orange) or are clear with fused gold inside. The intense colors and shimmering gold combine to create a truly breathtaking effect.