I am loving all of the throwback photos that come up on my computer reminding me of moments that seem far yet familiar. I am not much of soccer enthusiast but I love sports and being outdoors, and the fans in Seattle always show out out for Sounders games.
I took this photo on my go pro a few months after I moved to Washington State. I was trying to find new places to explore. This is one of the rare cases where a photo does more justice for a place than I remember.
This past weekend I went to bed early then woke up around midnight. To not open Tik Tok and begin endlessly scrolling, I went to Youtube and watched a 6-part documentary on Billy Kemper and his return to big wave surfing after a near fatal surf trip to Morocco. Something that struck me about Billy is that he’s grounded, tough, and family is center of his life. His dedication to recovery is inspiring. If you want a good story and feel inspired when you’re back’s against the wall, give it a watch.
The ability to set goals is very valuable in achieving success. Goals should be balanced in all areas of life — family, social, spiritual, business, health, wealth, education, etc. The major rules of goal-setting are:
Goals should be in writing.
Goals should be measurable — if they can’t be measured, they’re not goals.
Goals should be dated so you have a time frame to measure accomplishment.