The end of a beginning

You worry so much about the future, you forget all about the present. Maybe that’s just me.

It’s been quite a semester here in Austin. I’ve made friends, I’ve lost some. Worried too much, not worried enough. Overall, I’ve learned some really important lessons I hope to carry with me until the day I stop breathing:

There’s something about Painter’s Hall and the Architecture buildings that for an inexplicable reason command my attention.
There’s so much significance behind the architectural design of the tower. Looking at it, I can’t help but wonder if my Aztec ancestors felt the same awe and amazement when they saw the pyramids.
Austin never fails to have beautiful mornings. Wake up early, get your business done, challenge yourself. You are your biggest motivator and critic.
  1.  Sleep is for those who are broke. When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful. 
  2.  Action overthrows belief. Set goals, go out and meet them. Be in constant motion.
  3.  People want to see you succeed, but not more than them. Choose your friends wisely.
  4. Follow your dreams, then wake up early and strategize. Heartbreak, drama, and stress tend to percolate the mind deeper and deeper as time goes by, following the sun’s path to dusk. Capitalize on clarity. 
  5. Living on your own will teach you a lot about yourself. Cherish your family, be kind to others.
  6. Learn from your mistakes, don’t be comfortable with your accomplishments. Stay hungry.
  7. Let go when the time is right. 

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