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Miami Monday, NYC Tuesday – a great few days!

I have had the most incredible last 6 days. Went to Miami early Friday morning… Stayed until Monday night.. Then I went to NYC Tuesday and have had such a nice experience.

I live in Washington, DC but still I have only been to NYC once.. and it was for max 3 hours on a field trip. I have always wanted to go but didn’t have the funds to do so and also just didn’t seem to figure out a way to go about it. My mindset then and now is like night and day. I wish I had realized all this stuff sooner.

It all comes down to just taking action. Stop waiting for an event or for something special to happen for you to start living. Trust me, if you don’t do something about it yourself it will most likely not happen. Just get on it! Take some action. Move forward. Take steps towards it. Doesn’t matter if the steps are tiny in the beginning. Do whatever you can. Get out of the rut. Just DO SOMETHING and see how much easier it gets after a while.

I went touring in Manhattan with my lady today. We did the Top of The Rock(roof of Rockefeller Center), posed at Times Square, saw the Empire State Building, Central Park and all that good stuff. We even went to see the famous Carlo’s Bake Shop in Hoboken(from the TV-show Cake Boss). Yummy stuff.

I am so appreciative of the turn my life has taken. Went from dark to sunny in a heartbeat.. I may seem all happy go go to you now, but it wasn’t always like this!

For those of you doing my 30/30/30 challenge – I expect that you will start seeing this in your own life soon if you are able to keep up and take the proper steps.

Always want to hear from you!

Ron

 

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Hola from Miami! (Day 9/30)

Helloooooo from Miamiii! đŸ˜€

And Happy Friday!

I just landed, got to the apartment and I am ready for some nice quality R&R!

I know we all work hard but please do not forget to take time to relax. Life is too short, we have to enjoy every second and make the most of it while we are around.

Peace,

Ron