Today was my last class of my college career and I officially graduate in a little over two weeks. That still sounds crazy to me. But if I’m being completely honest, I’m ready for it.
At first, part of me didn’t want to graduate, didn’t want college to end. But since there’s no stopping it, I might as well look on the bright side. It was mostly the routine of things from the last four years that I got comfortable with and now it’s time to get out of my comfort zone. I mean, that’s what we talk about in the entrepreneurial world — getting out of your comfort zone and taking chances.
I wouldn’t say that I plan on being an entrepreneur in the future (everything about it stresses me out to the max), but I think there’s something to be said about pushing yourself over the edge. Whether it’s coming up with crazy cool entrepreneurial ideas, starting on a new adventure or, in my case, graduating and taking a huge leap out of your regular routine. It’s good to do new things.
People say that your college years are the best four years of your life, but I’m not so sure about that. I still think the best is yet to come because even after graduation, life will always be
#jmcawesome — so bring it on, real world.