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Fake it 'til you make it

So I'm sitting in the Sydney Domestic Airport as I type on my way to Brisbane! I'll be there at South Brisbane to attend the Brisbane Health and Fitness Expo with Adonis Athletics. However, it is a business trip as my fiancé and I will be filming and photographing the Adonis Athletics athletes for our small business Avenoir Productions.

Sitting here makes me so happy with another amazing opportunity to travel.

But don't get me wrong, I've been so stressed the past couple of weeks. You might not see that as I'm nearly always done up, and smiling. My life isn't always rainbows, and butterflies. Under the microscope that is social media, and blogging I have been somewhat wary of the perspectives I've shared. We all have to regard our privacy, and the extent of what we want to share because "online is forever".

But I want to be serious with you all. My new job is increasingly becoming harder, not to the extent where I can't do the work, but to the point where I am learning new things and have to evolve as a person. I have made some errors, but I have accepted them earnestly, and with enthusiasm to learn how to prevent these errors to happen again.

I need to put my best foot forward, even when I make mistakes. It has been quite a reality check for me, as I usually excel in my work, and during my education. So to be in an environment where you are told constructive criticism is daunting, but beneficial. I want to change, and be better. I don't want life to be easy, and for everyone to speak only good thoughts. That'll do nothing for me but it pacify my ego.

Egos are meant to be roughed up every once in a while. I think a large problem for self-growth is when we think we are perfect, or to good to accept change.

I know I have so much to learn, and so much ahead of me that I don't want to screw it up now. I look at some of the people who I have known who are know living in the consequences of their mistakes, and I just don't want that to happen to me. I want to be successful, and to have a life I can be proud to tell my grandkids that I did not regret my decisions that lead me to live my life.

So I put my head up when I make mistakes, and whole heartedly accept the opportunities like coming to Brisbane. Life can be so hard on us at times, but as we must persevere in the face of adversity. We will all be met with opportunities and blessings that result in working hard on ourselves.

But for now, while things are tough we must fake it until we make it!

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