This week is a conversation I had with Jimmy McCullough, one of the people I admire as much as anyone in this world for his patience, happiness, and assuredness. Jimmy’s worked as a social worked in different capacities over the last decade and exemplifies ones ability to be stoic and calm when decisions need to be made.
Personally, I struggle frequently with the seemingly constant reminders that I have a long way to go and there are many things I could be doing differently. Jimmy’s shown me that those outside voices aren’t what matters and real happiness will come with being content in my own decisions. I’m grateful he took the time to sit down and discuss his philosophy with me.