I Had a Date with Destiny

I am currently in the midst of Tony Robbins’ Date with Destiny journey, and it has proven to be a grueling test of both my physical and mental fortitude. 

However, I take great pride in the immense personal growth I have achieved throughout the years. My dedication to studying philosophy and delving into the depths of human needs and motivations has been instrumental in this process.

 I find solace in the practice of Jiu Jitsu, as it presents me with constant opportunities for growth through the arduous trials and tribulations that come with embracing challenges as valuable teachers.

I must acknowledge the adult industry for its profound impact on my personal development. Through engaging in discussions about individuals’ most intimate secrets, I have gained invaluable insights into the complexities of human nature, transcending the mere realm of sexuality. 

These conversations have revealed the depths of human desires and motivations, shedding light on the intricacies of the human experience that extend far beyond the confines of physical pleasure.

I want to share that when I encounter individuals who are unaware of my profession, I often find myself fabricating falsehoods in order to avoid the discomfort of being judged based on their subjective moral standards. This behavior has resulted in a lack of genuine connections with certain individuals, as I have created a delusion in my mind that I must deceive them about my occupation in order to appease their expectations. I have convinced myself that in order to be accepted, I must conform to a predetermined mold, leading me to either withhold information or blatantly lie about my work. This inauthenticity causes me constant stress as I struggle to remember the falsehoods I have told to each person.

At the age of 43, I have achieved success in my chosen field. However, in order to cultivate deep connections, I must liberate myself from the burden of caring about others’ opinions. If they choose to judge me, that is their own prerogative and not a reflection of my worth or character.

Remember, it is not your responsibility to conform to societal norms or fit into a predetermined box. Your authenticity and honesty are essential in forming genuine connections with others. By embracing your true self and letting go of the fear of judgment, you can create meaningful relationships based on mutual understanding and acceptance.