Hey Guys and Dolls, I hope you’re having a good day. I just wanted to say welcome to TJCO blog site, and I hope you’re enjoying the information I’m putting out. This is a new site, and I am learning as I go. Please visit me here from time to time to see what’s new.
I set out to do this blog; there was no discussion prior to, at least not an in-depth discussion. It was like "hey I'm thinking about doing this blog"! That was the whole discussion in its entirety. For as much as I love to talk and I do love to talk; I wasn't chatty about this at all. Not sure if it was fear of it not materializing, it failing, or it not being successful. I just didn't hype it up even though I was super excited yet nervous about doing it. I think I kept it quiet mostly because sometimes outside noise drowns at your dream if you allow it. The doubters and naysayers crush the possibility!
Some of the best support and motivation during this whole process has come from people I don't know. Imagine that!
Goal set; Goal accomplished!
When I published my blog, no one was “super” excited. Not like I was, but it wasn’t their goal. I knew that it was mine and mine alone and while it was a huge steppingstone on my path, it really was a little pebble on theirs. I did the happy dance and rewarded myself as if I just launched a grand opening of a huge fashion line! Yep, I sure did. I celebrate me well and often.
Sometimes your success reminds others of their failures or plans that never really materialized. It’s not that they aren’t happy for you and all you’ve accomplished; that’s not it at all. It just forces them to evaluate their life and goals that they may have put off for whatever reason. I like to believe the best in people and that they aren’t all evil and jealous of others’ success. All too often we humans jump to the deepest darkest depths of the sea instead of enjoying the shallow waters where you can see more clearly. Not everyone can be as happy for you as you would be for them and that is okay. As long as you celebrate yourself, nothing else matters! You must learn to be your own cheerleader. This is true for men and women; you have to learn to celebrate the small successes to push ahead to achieve the greater ones. Even if that means cheering alone!
Hi my name is Tiffany Wright and I am my own cheer squad; it’s nice to meet you all!