It’s not how you start, but how you finish!

Updated: Apr 26, 2018

Erika Harris

I can remember times in my life where I was worried about how things looked at that very moment. Sometimes you can’t see past your here and now, and it becomes difficult to encourage yourself for the road ahead. Our situations sometimes have us blinded and we can’t see what’s ahead of us. It’s hard to imagine running the company when your just trying to get hired. It’s hard to see walking across the stage getting your degree when your just praying to make it through that difficult class.

One thing we can rest assured about is that, it’s never about how you start, but how you finish.

I use to teach sixth grade, and that is such a difficult age for many adolescents. They are not quite babies anymore and not the teenagers they hope to become.  They are in that middle stage. It can be tough being in the middle. Your too far to go back,