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Let's Goooooo

Proverbs 24:1/2 says, "be not envious of evil men, nor desire to be with them, for their hearts devise violence, and their lips talk of trouble."

That means don't waste one second of your time thinking about what mean, evil, not-trying-to-live-right people are doing with their lives. Don't concern yourself with trying to keep up with any of them. It doesn't matter if they seem to be doing well or not, we ought to focus on ourselves and stay in our own lane. We'll get a lot further that way.

Look at that sassy looking woman in the picture I chose for this blog post. She's standing there like, 'What you got? Let's go, baby. It's whatever' and I love her attitude. That's why I used the picture. She has the attitude like it's all good, I love myself, and I'm ready for whatever comes my way. Nobody can get mad at her for that. More people need to be that way so they can conquer more of the things they need to do in their lives. Too many of us care about what other people think about us and we stop living our dreams, because of it. Forget about all of that. You better put your hands on your hips and say I'm ready to tackle all of those things I want to do in my life and start doing them. And after that, let that door slam on the ones who aren't going where you're going. You can't look back, you can't be held down, and you can't concern yourself with nonsense. You have thangs (yes thangs) to do. Personally speaking, I will not be held back any longer. It doesn't matter what happened or didn't happen in my life. I'm going to fight tooth and nail to get what God has for me in order to be mighty in the land. I will not sleep on that, so people can start getting over that right now. 

Haven't we been living small for far too long now? Enough is enough. It's time to focus on you, not the people who don't mean you any good. Don't focus on the haters, focus on the appreciators. Then carry on in doing what you were put on this earth to do. Do you, boo. 

It's time to roll out. Let's goooooo and that's 6 o's by the way, which means we're going to go far. 
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