I have been meaning to write this to y’all but never got around to it till now. I created this account in order to fill a void- the void of fraternity men not acting as they should. I see them disrespecting women, getting wasted, being “frat” and not taking into account what their fraternity was based off of. I never thought this account would have grown as much as it already has. I don’t think I know everything, and I’m far from perfect, but I started this account to help people and make a difference. It also helps me to stay personally accountable. It’s easy to get cocky when you have girls telling you that you’re perfect and they want to marry you, but God keeps me humble. This is His account and the money I make from it is His as well. This account has made a difference and been successful because of Him, not me.
I don’t claim to be the perfect Christian or gentleman, but I do try to get better every day. I take this platform seriously because I’m passionate about helping others. I didn’t make this account to get women or show off what I know, because obviously, I don’t know it all. However, I have had three people email me saying that they were considering suicide, a handful of people that have been sexually assaulted contacted me asking for help and advice, and on top of that people have been asking for relationship and dating advice. When you read things like that you can’t help but take what you’re doing more seriously. I read and respond to all emails sincerely because that is why I made this account- to help people. If you think you know who I am, keep it to yourself. I don’t expect you to understand why I’m doing this, but I do expect you to respect it.
I always thought a man with his piorities in line like they are suppose to be is bound for success. Your priorities are things you put the most effort and time into. If you invest your effort into the right things, the reward from your investment propels you through tough times when you need the boost the most. You will always reap the benefits of your priorities. You will always reap what you sow. The question isn’t whether you will reap or not but rather how much and if what you received is what you need most. If your top priorities aren’t what they need to be, your return on investment will have little effect on your success. For example, if you want to be a pro athlete you work out hard, eat right and hang with people who have been where your trying to get to or people who build you up and encourage you. That is investing in your priorities. You don’t go out every weekend drinking because the investment you put into that does what for what you want to achieve? Yeah it’s fun but according to your priorities, where does “having fun” rank? If it’s right under your goal of being an athlete, good luck. I promise there is someone else on this earth that wants the same success as you but he substituted “studying film” for “having fun”. The magnitude of the reward y’all will both receive will be similar. His reward puts him in better shape to achieve while your “having fun”, reaped tons of fun but fun did nothing towards getting you one step closer to success. It put you at least one step behind the other guy. God forbid y’all go head-to-head. The man who has had his priorities persistently aligned correctly will win. Make sure that man is you. Success isn’t reached without a plan, persistence, patience and perseverance.