I really didn't even know where to post it but I felt like talking about it since its been lingering in my head and coming back and forth into the light. But I noticed out of a lot of the people I am around, I always have this thing for setting the impossible goals. Now that I think about it I am finding myself finding goals that people close to me didn't do. Example being I am 23, and in no way I am trying to flatter people with what I have done, but its just what I do. Its maybe how I find peace. Anyways... I have always had an issue with not finishing things so when I find things I want to do. I do them. I don't give excuses. I fucking do them. I wanted to get my home own land, so I did. Everyone around me thought I was nuts. But its what I do, and when it comes to business I am the same way. I spend as much time as I can working on my business. People on here may know me as the sticker guy, that is just a small test, for me because I am trying to build business relationships with my friends in order to get some of them to work together. I guess in a way I take the reins (sp?) and help guide people to do things normally they won't do. Now the key thing that I found interesting that really sparked me to notice what I do. Recently I have returned back into DJing after taking a year or two off from it. But I constantly practice and learn new things and building my skill as hard as I can. My real father is a musician a guitar player, one of the best I have ever heard. But he never went with it, he never pursued it more than playing with a few local bands. I guess this is where I notice a lot of my drive comes from. I plan on soon playing at clubs, as many as they will allow me. This mid year I am going to produce my first CD, things like this. I want to do it because my father never finished it. Now I think about it and think maybe I am nuts. Am I am trying to find salvation in the wrong areas. I don't know, maybe this is not even what I need to be discussing but I am trying to dig into myself and find why I wake up the next day.