Twenty years ago, I was in a different place. July 11th in 1992 was on a Saturday. It was a
day when my life changed forever. It was the day I went from single life to married. Twenty years ago today. It is hard to believe it has been that long.
Two decades is quite a time. A new born from 1992 has been through high school. They are old enough to vote. Old enough to die for their country. Old enough to marry.
Two decades is time enough to pursue several dreams. Witness hope and tragedy; happiness and sorrow. Enough time to see dreams realized and lost again.
Two decades. Seemingly short, seemingly long. Some of the time was well spent. Some if it was wasted. All of it was lived.
I do look forward to the next twenty years and not in my marriage alone. Twenty years ago I was a full-time computer developer, content in creating solutions via an electronic means. I had started a bit on my path to entrepreneurship, but it was a side idea.
Now, I rarely develop and do not miss it. Each day, I seek opportunities to empower people. Whether they are employees or small business owners or individuals looking to change their lives. This is where I seek to head during the next twenty years. Time to create solutions through others. Time to show others they have more power and more knowledge in themselves than they realize. Time to let the world see new faces, new leaders.
It is time to move