So…I’ve taken another few days away from writing, but not because something was wrong. It was because I simply didn’t feel like being in front of the computer. Some of the time was dedicated to resting, but a good part was dedicated to taking care of business dealings, including a venture that I’m hoping will be secured by the end of the week.
By the way, I know Mother’s Day has passed, but happy Mother’s Day to all of the mothers out there.
I’m going to be a little honest. I’ve been disappointed in a few people. These people are people who were supposed to be by my side through this business endeavor. Granted, I understand the circumstances; people get busy with other things and my bipolar disorder sometimes makes it difficult to work with me (I’m already a real stickler about things without the disorder). But I’m big on personal and professional courtesy.
In other words, if you no longer want to deal with me, simply say so. What am I going to do? Jump you through the phone or computer? I probably won’t even get mad and cuss you out, because it’s not really worth it and I would prefer if we all are on amicable terms, in case we do find ourselves involved with each other again. Simply avoiding me doesn’t cut it. You’re basically waiting for me to make the first move, even though you initiated the standoff in the first place.
So over the next couple weeks, I will be making some changes in my personal and business life, not just because I’m trying to be a serious businessman, but because all of the unnecessary sitting around and wondering what’s going on or what I did wrong is detrimental to my health. I’m not the one to just sit there and take it, and I’m not about to start now.
I’ve always said that I’m the captain of my ship. I command my ship as I see fit and I run a tight ship. If no one likes it, they can get off. Same philosophy applies now as it did when I was around 17 or 18. The only difference is I have a tighter reign of this ship than I did when I was 17 or 18.
Thank y’all for staying on board and supporting me. Until next time…