ACLr 2 meniscus repairs - Sept. 29th 2017

ACLr 2 meniscus repairs - Sept. 29th 2017

Meniscus Repair - Aug. 15th 2019

New injury - Nov. 12 2020 (something just feels off)

Currently I’m waiting for an MRI.

In the mean time there are so many other things I can work on. Don’t let injuries make you quit. Instead, pivot and revamp your process. Your ability to pivot is critical. It’s through the obstacles you become the person who will achieve your goals. Your path to success will always have obstacles. What sets the successful apart from the unsuccessful is how they deal with their obstacles.

Keep going my knee friends. Look for the positive in your current situation…

Who am I suppose to meet during this time?

What is this forcing me to focus on?

Who can I spend more time with now that I’m going through recovery?

In September 2017 I was broke. I was a wannabe entrepreneur but has no success. I couldn’t work my full time job because of my injury. I made the decision to go all in on my business. Today, that online business is thriving. I almost make more money a month then I used to make in a year. 🙌🙌 Praise God!!

If I didn’t have 2 knee surgeries in the last 3 years I would be in a completely different situation. I would still be broke, have no money, and be repeating that same cycle over and over again.

This injury could be the opportunity that you’ve been waiting for!!

For those of you who have gone through the recovery process, what are the positives about your surgery!