Lake Pichola, situated in Udaipur city in the Indian state of Rajasthan, is an artificial fresh water lake, created in the year 1362 AD, named after the nearby Picholi village.
Dare to live the life you’ve always wanted. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~`
The only real limitation on your abilities is the level of your desires. If you want it bad enough, there are no limits on what you can achieve.
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Being recognized by the Brampton Board of Trade earlier this week as one of Brampton's Top 40 Under 40 is a milestone I will never forget. I take great pride in my business @eliteperformancehouse where I am fortunate enough to work with real human beings on a day to day basis. I am on 2 missions, one is to decrease the prevalence of diabetes & high blood pressure in the south asian community here in Brampton. The second is to help youth athletes achieve their dreams of playing NCAA / Professional Sports. Thank you to the community that truly has my back, I have owned and have been developing my business since I was 18 years old and it has been a rollercoaster Journey to get to where we are today. I promise you I am no where near finished. I am 24 years old now and truly looking forward to the next steps of my entrepreneurial journey. #LearningDaily#MovementIsHealing#Entrepreneur#MakeYourOwnDoors#MoveMountains
I used to scoff at positive thinking, as if didn’t matter. Now, as I’m older and wiser I see how crucial it is to focus on the positive and not on the lack. We can’t always control what happens to us, but we can control on how we react and what we focus on.
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Well folks, this is it. After 4 years, my time at dutch has come to an end. When I first discovered what dutch bros was I researched the company. I found that it was a company that gave so much back to the community while creating a fun work environment and from that moment I knew I wanted to franchise.
Dutch was hard but fun. I am a strong willed empath and working in such close quarters and seeing so. Many. People. Every day at that window dragged my emotional self through the dirt. I rememeber when I first started I didn't know how to debrief every day so I would sit in my car for 30 minutes after work just staring, trying not to break down from all the emotions I felt that day. Then when I would get home, before I walked into my house, I would sit for another 30 minutes. After a long while I finally started getting the hang of debriefing all the energies I felt that day. It was still so rough, but so very worth it. Turning people's days around (customers and co-workers) was a highlight. My favorite thing was the thought that sometimes I was the very first person someone saw that day, the very first smile and I was privileged enough to give them their liquid gold and help start their day off right. Dutch bros, taught me a lot about myself and managing taught me even more about others. I wouldn't trade this time I had for anything. I had the best family in the world.
I worked my ass off to become a manager just so I was one step closer to franchising but something just wasn't sitting right with me. I started questioning if it was really what I wanted and decided that I still wouldn't have the freedom I wanted out of my career and my life. I've always wanted to be my own boss and work for myself on my time, especially while traveling. And franchising wasn't going to give me exactly what I pictured. But I found a new passion that would. And so with a LONG debate with my head and my heart I decided I couldn't do both (even though I think I'm a super hero and can do anything).
With hesitation I put in my notice. And still with hesitation my last day will be this coming Friday.... *Continued in comments*
Highly successful individuals like Warren Buffett and Jeff Bezos are notorious for stating the importance of knowledge. Warren Buffett says it best: "the more you learn, the more you earn." Wealthy people buy books and read them on a consistent basis due to this fact. People that only buy entertainment systems are the ones that remain poor. That is why the rich get richer and the poor stay poor - the rich are teaching themselves how to earn even more money through what they choose to do in their spare time. -
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