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Snapshot of Life

Imagine your life as a camera with a limited supply of memory. Each experience you have and thing you intake takes up space in your memory. The lens of the camera is how you view your life. If you have a negative outlook on life, negative things will happen to you. If you have a positive outlook, then positive things will happen to you. It is that simple!

A quote by Napoleon Hill,

“You are the master of your destiny. You can influence, direct and control your own environment. You can make your life what you want it to be.”

Stop reading this RIGHT NOW and take a couple of moments to ask yourself truly, what do you want to be doing with your life? If you aren’t doing what you LOVE to do then stop and reevaluate your life for a minute.

I understand if you have been working a job, for years or you have different circumstances but honestly what is holding you back? The fear of failing? Stop making excuses.

“We only get to play this game one time…one life.” – Gary Vaynerchuk

You were put on this earth for a reason, everybody was. So do what you love and don’t look back.

Recently, I have been taking my own steps forward in my life to following and doing what I love to do. Before I was doing things that I wasn’t sincerely passionate about, and I didn’t get anywhere. I learned a lot from my previous experiences, but I will talk about that in future posts. However, now I have finally been taking action in following my dreams. My lens on my camera of life has changed, and I now believe that I am the master of my destiny. You should too.

At the end of your life, what is your camera of the snapshot of your life going to hold regret, settling, not doing what you love, or happiness, success, and following your dreams? The choice is yours.


Written by Colton Kaplan

I am 21 years old from a town about 20 minutes outside of Chicago. I have had the entrepreneurial drive since he was a young kid. I love helping other people succeed in any way that I can. Right now I am working on a venture called Philanthrochef where I help people learn new ways to cook and feed homeless people.

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