Seeing My Own Potential

A couple of weeks ago I got a call from an editor at the Triangle Business Journal. He told me that I had been named as one of the 40 under 40 for 2010. I was nominated for the award in February this year. This was very important award to me because it represents what I strive to be “A Business Leader in the Community”.What does it mean to me to be a business leader in the community? It means that I am dedicated to making a difference in my community.Winning the award has been wonderful. It’s been very emotional to me. I know a number of people who have won the award in previous years that I truly respect. They represent the best of humanity. They live their lives in a way that makes a difference. They are the types of people that I admire and want to fashion my life after.I’ve thought about what it means that a selection committee from the Triangle Business Journal this year chose me.It means that I am a peer to the people that I respect and admire.I can’t begin to describe the feelings I have on an almost daily basis. I’ve never felt so driven in my life to give everything I have into each day. I’ve never before been so happy with the friendships that I have and the people I get to meet.I’ve never been prouder of myself and what I am becoming.I’ve always felt like there was something that I was meant to do. That there were great things within me. That I would accomplish great things. I am just now starting to see my own potential and what I have to offer

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