i hope this letter finds you blessed and well. i am writing you simply to share some essential thoughts and feelings that i can no longer keep inside. our intensity, grind, competitiveness, goals, and determination have afforded us many opportunities and successes that most people will never achieve or that most people cannot fathom. many are probably envious. however, we know that there is so much more in store if we simply stay the course of fulfilling our dreams. our potential is limitless if we only continue fighting and working towards the constantly-moving finish line. we know it keeps getting pushed farther, but we enjoy it and keep reaching.
no matter where we think we are, we must turn the intensity up even higher. when we speak to other people, common responses are that we are smart, accomplished, set to get a good _job_. but, our frame of reference is so different at this point. similar to how lebron's
perspective on money is focused on the warren buffets and bill gates (people with more money than himself), we have set our sights on individuals that are smarter, harder working, and wealthier than we are at present. and to that end, we must not let our sights slip. the bar has been set, and it cannot be lowered for any reason. laziness is not an option.
i do not want this letter to come across negative. it is meant to be strictly positive and motivational and inspirational. the work we have accomplished thus far is amazing, but our goal has not been reached yet; and, we must remember that. i know at times we may feel that we have possibly aimed to high. but, let me assure you that that feeling is the tiny remains of the dying voice of mediocrity and averageness
leaving our body. it has been said that "the greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it." (michaelangelo
....our favorite ninja turtle for a reason)
(good look on the idea O-dubb
---over there at moneyisjustanidea