Now, If I'm for anything I'm for same damn goals. I would be such an extravagant dreamer if there were such a thing.
To maintain, and create my endeavors, I made two "Goal Books". I created my first book in high school (2014-2015). My cousin Simone, who is a doctor, visited my house from London. She introduced me to the aesthetic of her book. Her book was huge ya'll. My first goal was to get my driver's license. I accomplished that a few months later. I made a whole list from then on. The understanding part of it was that for every 10 goals I wrote down, I probably achieved 4-5 at the time. The average goal that I wrote down in high school was to hold $10,000 in my hand. No dream is intangible. When I accomplish that it would be another check inserted. I made my second book randomly my freshman year at A&T. I do have sketching skills. Therefore, it was originally a sketchbook. I started with actually drawing my goals. I literally drew a 25-year-old Brittany, the clothes I'm going to wear, my style, etc. I'm in a long-term relationship with my goals. I always encourage growth and progress by actually visualizing yourself in that position. I also have a semester efficient goal wall that I look at every day to highlight the essentials of my short-term targets. I'm on this journey to getting what I desire through REJECTION and trails. It's going to be hard, but hard is not impossible. Remember to love what you do! Dreams have no deadline.
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