Summer 2018 26 years old The year I slayed my ego.
Video from Bosnia trip soon .. 😎
Life isn't easy. And for the most part for a lot of people, it down-right sucks. Have a chip on your shoulder. Prove the negativity in your life wrong with a fiery passion. Fight it tooth and nail. Shamelessly express yourself. Enjoy time with the people who cheer you on and let you learn your own way. Think about your health and make tiny steps to improve it Work smart and hard but not too hard because even a long life is short.
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Lake day! Workin’ from the beach patio 😎🤓
Money goes a long way where ways to make money are hard to come by. Be grateful America. It’s difficult to understand what you have, until you see what others do not..
“Enthusiasm is common, but endurance is rare.” ~ Angela Duckworth • Here is a 21 year old Dylan. Ya OG social media whore 😂Exhausted from trying to finish college, working full time with side hustles, and not finding a fulfilling job. It was at this point that I decided that I had more to offer this world than being a number at a corporation. It was with this cheap canon T3 I grew @mainermedia and learned how to help people build and grow businesses, before Tai Lopez, Gary Vee or any of these training programs you see, I had already begun the self teaching process and openly spoke my mind online and brought people together with the power social media — following my curious intuition. As my 27th birthday nears I have been tested to my wits limits. 💥 Let it be known I go the extra mile and always make things right. I have that edge others do not, I have the will that others lack, I have the intentions that are pure and I’m not going anywhere no matter the obstacles I face and sacrifices I make. 💥 I have a gift and I am not going to lie to myself any longer. The limitations in my mind are the only things keeping this ship from blasting off. If I can do it, anyone can. 💥🔥🚀📈
One of the most profound things I noticed was the sense of community. When you arrived, you were acknowledged — eye contact was normal. Everyone waved to everyone. It was a huge difference than back home in Maine, where it seems everyone tries to avoid each other.
Culture shock 💥⚡️💡🧠 📈 So I’ve returned from Bosnia & Croatia. • When I spontaneously bought my ticket and promptly left a few hours later, I didn’t know what to expect. • I wasn’t going to a fancy resort, and I wasn’t really on vacation. I was heading off to a country I knew very little about in a corner of the world devastated by war just a few decades ago. • I hadn’t flown in years, let alone across the Atlantic - and alone. Navigating the terminals and gates while on an empty stomach, I was stressed and questioned my decision making. 😂 • I hadn’t even had time to warn family or friends of me leaving. Most just saw my Facebook post that I was peacin’ out 😬 • I scrambled to pack my bags, grab an Uber and hope I made it to the next bus to Logan international airport in time. When I landed I found myself in a different world. ——————————————————— Over the next few posts today and tomorrow, I’ll be sharing my observations on a region that was wronged by the world which resulted in unfortunate bloodshed fueled by external countries meddling in business that was not their own. A fully self-sufficient people who needed nothing but each other and their land. These people did not reflect what the journalists reported in the media. They are easily some of the most kindest, proud and optimistic people I’ve ever met. They did not let the war demolish them. They continue to rebuild knowing who they are and why they live the way they do.