Perspective

Hell To The Yeah. This Guy Is The HNIC

There is a story that defines happiness:

Two women in an old age home share stories about their sons. The first woman says, with disgust, that her son is so busy and only visits her once a week. When he visits, he only brings her one lousy piece of candy. Also, she says, his wife is so spoiled – she never cooks, all they do is eat out, and she shops all day. What a miserable son she has! The second woman describes her son, with utter gratitude: he is so busy, yet never goes a week without visiting her. Every time he visits, he brings something sweet for her, like a piece of candy…how thoughtful! And you should see how he treats his wife like a Queen – he takes her shopping and out to dinner all the time. A true mench!

Two women. Same story. Two wildly different perspectives. One woman is happy and grateful, while the other is miserable.

MY PERSPECTIVE

Working the Door at a Bar in SaMo =
FIGHTING CRIME & PROTECTING LOS ANGELES’ YOUTH

Guess Which One I Am?
(Guess Which One I Am?)

Promoting High-End Apartments Next to USC =
HOUSING THE HOMELESS & PROVIDING STUDENTS WITH A SAFE PLACE TO STUDY

Hell To The Yeah. This Guy Is The HNIC
(Hell To The Yeah. This Guy Is The HNIC.)

Handing out Free T-Shirts =
CLOTHING THE BARE-BACKED

Whoa. Don't Nobody Wanna See Dat.

(Whoa. Don’t Nobody Wanna See Dat.)

Hosting Dating Events =
MATCHMAKING & BUILDING FAMILIES FOR GENERATIONS TO COME

Matchmaker Matchmaker...Leave Me Alone!
(Matchmaker Matchmaker…Leave Me Alone!)

Handing out Free Water Bottles =
QUENCHING THE THIRST OF…THE THIRSTY. THE VERY, VERY THIRSTY

Don't Interrupt - RUDE.
(Don’t Interrupt – RUDE.)

Moving Back in with my Parents =
SPENDING QUALITY TIME WITH MY FAMILY

This.
(This.)

So, goodbye to the slums of Beverly Hills (You didn’t hear what happened? Don’t worry, blog or YouTube¬†video coming soon!), and hello to the house I grew up in. Oh, and next time I move out, it better be because my future fiance put a ring on it!

Esther

MBA, MA. Have more fun. Worry less. Laugh more. Be good to yourselves & others. Grow, learn, and develop.

The greatest risk in life is not taking one.


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