Recently, I’ve been concerned with being very ethical in all that I do and allowing God to work through me. I pray every morning and ask God simply to help me become a more beautiful person. I remember doing this as a student in Corvallis when I was very young. God blessed me then with wonderful friends, amazing instructors, and guided me to study abroad in London which was a transformative experience. I feel that I am going through a similar chapter of my life. I’m working hard and trying to stay on the right path and have perfect faith that everything will work out as it should.
I’ve been working on a team that produces a product called Gold Bar. When I was hired they gave me a bottle and I’ve been fascinated by it. It sits on my desk and I study it. I wouldn’t dare open it as it is so beautiful. On the front is a bronze coin with the image of the Goddess of Fortune. It’s fitting for me that the label says “May her light reveal your fortunes path” as I’m always referring to my path.
Last week I drove the Canadian whiskey maker around. We sat in the sunshine and drank coffee. He’ very soft spoken. This is in direct contrast to the rest of the team who are amazingly fun, hardworking, and kind making the entire experience magical and unforgettable.
Gold Bar is an award winning luxury brand of small batch whiskey. They’ve won awards for not just their whiskey, but their stunning packaging that is done mostly by hand. By doing this job I’ve learned so much about producing something beautiful and what it takes to make that happen. Helping other entrepreneurs through the same process I just went through in Los Angeles has been eerily coincidental, but it has given me great insight into how to make my next production run for Ocean SF smoother and less stressful for all concerned.
It’s taken a while, but I feel like I’ve finally turned the page and I am wholeheartedly enjoying this new chapter of my life.
Love and blessings to all.