Seyi Oluwaleimu


low energy, high hopes


I was very low-energy today. My eyes were mad lidded and I couldn't muster the energy to make any conversation that was too interesting. That being said, I think I'm on the other side of the slump I've been in for the past week. A few things have been learned

  • Doing what you know is right is mad uplifting, even when you're terrified leading up to it
  • Waking up without an alarm is pretty dope
  • Accepting that which is put in front of you is simultaneously the most important and one of the most difficult lessons to learn in this life
  • For the most part, no one cares about you, they care about themselves; this is mad freeing to understand
  • Sometimes things have to fall apart for them to come back together
  • The journey inward is just as fascinating and expansive as any outward journey/ travel; most will never take this journey seriously. 
  • Radical candor is so empowering, but really hard to force yourself to do
  • The fear of judgment can and should be used to make you do the things you are scared of
  • Accountability groups don't work unless there is some negative consequence to not meeting your goals