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One thing I’m utterly proud of at the moment is that I love where I belong now and I love what I do. I was lucky enough to be able to discover my calling early in life. I’m 25 and I’m glad I don’t have to go through any quarter-life crisis of some sort. Three years ago, I decided the Internet is the way to go. It amuses me how the web has become the biggest media channel of our time, and information has indeed been commoditized and integrated in all aspects of human life.
I listen to this song on full volume now, and I’m suddenly soaring through time, being transported six years back on the day we brought him to his final resting place.
His name was Daniel. Daniel Lescano.
I was single back then, newly recovering from a broken heart and from a long series of weekly night-outs with my best buddies Edric, Ian and friends. I figured it’s time I get a real, decent job after months of living on irregular income. Enough of hungover mornings wondering how I was able to go home the night before. Enough of wasted time and money constantly applying for a call center job when in the end I’d back out and just turn down the offer. In short, enough of being a bum. It’s time I get a real job where I can use and hone my skills. And where I’d have an entirely new environment to grow and start my career with.
More than half of my birthday month is over, and I’m launching this site. I registered this domain name almost two years ago, but I’ve never had the courage to make it live up until now. There are so many things happening at the moment, so much on my plate that I’m not really sure if I can pull this thing off. I could not even faithfully update my CBTL “Brew Your Best Year” planner on a daily basis.