TODAY I OWN MY DREAM CAR... Honestly material things don't mean shit or make somebody who they are in my eyes. Nowadays especially on social media people like to put up all the stuff they have, as if it makes them a better person. If internally you are unhappy and miserable no material item will change that. Believe it or not I really debated posting a pic because I didn't want to seem as if I was gloating, but then I was like F that. I am proud of myself! Although material things don't make a person, they can serve as tangible milestones to ones growth. That is exactly what this car signifies to me. First off if you know me, than you know outside of fitness I am a car nut. I love anything fast and high performance. The GTR has been my dream car since they came out. I kept telling myself I will own one someday. I researched them, stared at pictures, fantasized even. I've been very blessed my whole life, but I've also had to learn many tuff lessons and I have gone through many hardships. In my mid 20's I was struggling with life. I was broke. Destroyed my credit. (It took me over 12 years to fix FYI). I Couldn't afford the car I had at the time so my Dad gave me his little purple 1994 Ford Ranger... I could hardly afford gas for that thing. I often lived off of ramen and canned tuna. I had a drug and alcohol problem, and I couldn't even get approved for a checking account. I was horrible with money and life decisions. That saying is so true, "birds of a feather flock together". I surrounded myself with other people that were making the same kind of poor decisions as me which hindered my growth. I have literally hustled and worked my ass off to get where I am today, and I am no where near stopping. I am so thankful for all the people I am surrounded by and the opportunities I have ahead. I am most thankful for my Tina who has helped me become the man I am supposed to be. I literally look forward to every single day. Sure there are days that are not great, but ultimately life is amazing! It's taken a lot of work to get where I am at, but it's been well worth it. .
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