Success in life comes to those who persevere
This has been a long and arduous road less traveled by. Yet it is still traveled by a handful: the road of creating a small community newspaper with a mission to help people see the opportunities to serve and do random acts of kindness.
I am ever grateful to the companies that have been advertising with me since mid-2012 and all that have advertised with me at any time. This is a work of love. This is my mission in life. This I know with all my heart.
For anyone out there that is struggling, I feel like I can comfortably say I have been in your shoes. I have been down a path that hasn’t been easy, full of sacrifice, full of pain, and full of tears. However, it has also been a path full of faith, and I took that huge leap of FAITH to do what I know I am supposed to do.
I leaped away from a well-paying job at the post office, with great benefits, paid time off, a constant schedule of hours, paid holidays and more. At the time I leaped, the newspaper was in its infancy; I was only at eight issues in and still learning what I was doing. Now I am still learning as I am on a path to improve myself. I don’t worry about competing with others, I focus on improving my services to the community and working with others building relationships. After all, the three main goals of the paper are to Empower Liberty, Build Community and Foster Growth.
The three-year mark of Serve Daily is coming in June and we are very excited. Currently we provide a free calendar for posting events and finding events to attend at www.ServeDaily.com/events. Keep visiting the website often as soon you will see drastic changes along with more FREE community services.
Remember, persevere. Keep at it. Believe in your higher power, or believe in yourself. Remember, with continual effort and placing one foot in front of the other, just about anything is possible. Until next time, go Serve “Someone” Daily.