Wednesday, February 1, 2012

It's All About The DASH

Have you ever had a thought to somehow leave your imprint on the world...?

Well welcome to mine!



The idea behind "The Dash" is to create a vision for your life that allows you to live daily with higher expectancy. Take a moment and picture this in your mind. At the end of our life, there will be two things that all people will see. First, your beginning birth date and second, your ending death date. In between those two dates is a DASH. The importance and value of that DASH far outweighs those dates. And that's my goal...

I want people, specifically the youth to understand and grasp the fact that the journey is beautiful. It doesn't matter where you started or even where you finish. What you do in the MIDDLE of all that is what counts!

Through this blog I hope to inspire, motivate, and develop people's lives. Create a new way of thinking beyond the thought of merely just surviving. I'm just a kid but I got a pocket full of dreams hoping to leave an imprint on this world. Not so that I can boast but to create a cycle of people imprinting people that changes the world.

As I'm still learning and growing, I hope that we all can TAKE HOLD and EFFECTIVELY DEDICATE our ABILITIES in order to SACRIFICE ourselves and HONOR God and those that are in our circle of influence.


  1. You got the vision. You made it plain. Your words are powerful bro

  2. This is truly inspiring. It’s so true how in death we only focus on the beginning and end and not what happens in the middle. When my Grandmother died, all people talked about was her passing and how she looked and how she spent her last days. But, there was so much more to her life that people overlooked. Her DASH was full of loving us in ways we can only understand and appreciate after her death. It’s true that life isn’t about being born or dying; rather it’s about the choices we make between those dates that make us who we are.

    1. Glad you liked it! And that's exactly right, the choices we make determine what we do and the level of impact we leave. Your Grandmother sounds like an awesome person who definitely imprinted on her family!