So I’ve taken a step back from posting for almost a week to regroup, get my mind together, and think about my next move. Didn’t do anything out of the ordinary, just watched a few videos, relaxed, and even got the opportunity to repair an Air Hockey table almost from scratch (Did pretty well if I do say so myself). There was some time spent thinking about why my campaign was a complete fail and why my attempts to promote it didn’t work either. I came to the conclusion that

A) Maybe it was a bit premature to ask others to help me out, but for the past 2 years I’ve held the mentality to jump off the IMG_1420IMG_1412cliff & see what happens.

& B) It doesn’t matter anymore. It’s in the past now, let’s move forward.

The opportunity to make the money is still there, but for now, let’s focus on what’s happening next. That focus as of late has been to dig deeper to find companies closer to home that I believe people would love to learn about. As I was researching and sending off E-mails, I felt something. It was the same feeling I got years ago when I first realized that I could make the ideas in my head possible! I found myself pacing back & forth, trying to figure out the best way to word my E-mails, hoping that it will lead somewhere.

We’re supposed to work because we believe in something, because there’s a picture engraved in our heads that we would love to see become a reality, if not for ourselves, then for others. I work because even though I have had my share of successes, I have still failed to make my visions a reality, so far. My mind is calm knowing that I’m drawing closer to making it happen, and that along the way, I can draw in more people to affect in a positive way. I am reinvigorated and ready for the next challenge.

What are your visions? Let’s discuss them! I want to hear from all of you. Also be sure to subscribe to The Wingfield Blog.

Thank You All for Listening,
Brandon

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