Reality > Social Media

I haven’t done this trick in over 5 months.

It’s crazy what goes into a single piece of content that gets forgotten in less than 5 minutes or gets overlooked in the first place.

With that said, far too often do we as a society see the glamor on social media that is a person’s highlight real without seeing the journey that involves the up’s and down’s along the way.

I try to be as transparent as I can in regards to all of my life, the “good” and the “bad”.

The reasons I put quotation marks around the words good and bad is because what may seem like “good” to some, may be a burden and stressor to others. Or, it may not even be the whole truth behind what’s being shown.

Same for the “bad” as one individual may see something that I see as what served me well in my life. A tragedy to one person is the single most defining moment of my life that has led me to the love of my life (@jciake), an amazing career I created for myself, and has helped me inspire and motivate others to make changes that ultimately improved their quality of life.

I am grateful for all my experiences and do my best to show you all of what goes into living the life I lead today.

Walk your talk and make sure you don’t walk into someone’s b.s. because you only get to see what they want you to see.

Josh P. 💚🧠✌️