Decisions and no options.

About Raymond Williams

Raymond Williams has written 13 post in this blog.

From the distant land of St. Louis, Mo. Raymond is currently a Junior/Senior at Newman University majoring in communications. Raymond dreams to venture to the far East or far West to begin to pursue his passion for connecting and communicating with others as a media corespondent or some form of Organizational communicator.

I DON’T KNOW WHAT I’M DOING

That’s kinda the main idea of this entire post. Junior year is wrapping up and I’m just a little……lost, is the best word that comes to mind. I have certain areas of work I like and others I think are very interesting. But I have this idea that I have to be “good” at something to want to pursue it. No one wants to fail, right? So why want to do something you’re not the best at? Well. I find I’m not the best at anything so I’m kinda up the creek with no paddles with a hole in the bottom. I get this feeling it is still who you know and not what you know and this frustrates me to no end. Its incredibly difficult to make that kind of headway in a place where no one knows you to begin with. Maybe I’m just tired or maybe I’m starting to see things for what they are but somehow I feel I’m being pushed away from my dreams. This I am not okay with, hopefully this is just some sort of phase everyone goes through because this SUCKS!

Bless your faces! If you sneezed while reading this post bless you!

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From the distant land of St. Louis, Mo. Raymond is currently a Junior/Senior at Newman University majoring in communications. Raymond dreams to venture to the far East or far West to begin to pursue his passion for connecting and communicating with others as a media corespondent or some form of Organizational communicator.

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About Raymond Williams

From the distant land of St. Louis, Mo. Raymond is currently a Junior/Senior at Newman University majoring in communications. Raymond dreams to venture to the far East or far West to begin to pursue his passion for connecting and communicating with others as a media corespondent or some form of Organizational communicator.
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4 Responses to Decisions and no options.

  1. Steve Poulter says:

    I think the kind of person you are is more important than what you do. You are a good person, which puts you ahead of many of the overachievers. Stay strong.

  2. Jeff Baker says:

    Dear Ray: You sound like me about 30 years ago. I’d advise going for the dreams. I probably wasted a little more time than I should’ve along the way. Anyway, Ann Fox told me you wanted to get ahold of me, so my e-mail address is
    jeff307@cox.net

    All The Best
    ——–jeff baker, KNC ’83

  3. Janessa says:

    Indeed, no one really wants to fail. But failure will lead to learning.
    And that learning is truly useful for each one of us.

    Janessa
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  4. Jane says:

    Just believe and always remember to put God first in everything you do.
    I know, its not really good to encounter failure, but that’s how life really is.

    Jane
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