I’ve Worked Hard to Become Who I Am – Never Give Up

Every day you wake up and get to choose who you want to be.

You can decide what bad habit you want to break or choose to learn something new or master a new skill.

I try to have as many positive days as possible.

I try to keep moving in the right direction – little by little, inch by inch. The progress seems slow but eventually I look back and see how far I have come.

Its work worth second of every hour.


14 thoughts on “I’ve Worked Hard to Become Who I Am – Never Give Up”

  1. My grandson is 22 years old with Asperger Syndrome so I am somewhat familiar with the difficulties that you face. He is one of the most wonderful human beings I know. Your daily routine is a very positive approach to life and applicable to all of us. Thank you so much for sharing your world.

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  2. Reblogged this on the silent wave and commented:

    It looks like the “Aspie Hive Mind” has struck again! After VV’s and my posts regarding hard work and making the most of one’s ability, this gem of a post shows up, completely separate. I think we all share a deep connection of some kind, because I totally agree with this post (as well as VV’s). This post is brief and amazingly powerful. 😊

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  3. As a fellow autistic I will add:

    Take advantage of your strengths.
    Accept that you have weaknesses.
    The universe is more interesting because you’re in it.

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  4. The wife and I really love this blog and appreciate the creativity and inspiration you provide. When you decide to have a mobile app version, we would love to help. I appreciate the hard work you have put into this blog and wish you all future success in business and in life.
    Thank you for your time, it is the most precious thing we all possess.

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