“The core of man’s spirit comes from new experiences” – Into the Wild
There are so many things in this life that I want to do. Sights I want to see, places I want to live, and things I want to experience. My biggest fear is the reality where I look back on my life and regret not even making an attempt at becoming something bigger than what most think is possible. Everyone my age is consumed by the future; future jobs, future income, future cars, future homes. It’s a race to stability. And while as noble as the idea of stability may be, I don’t think that this portion of my life is meant to be spent completely stabile. I think that there’s a tremendous amount of value in uncertainty. Some people may not agree with this, but I think that it’s ok not to have every small detail of your life mapped out by the age of20. I have no idea where I’ll be 5 years from now, a year from now, or even a month from now. Obviously, I have an idea of where I want to be and the path I want to be on, but nothing is set in stone. If you’re in your early 20s, like me, you probably don’t have much, but what you do have is time and time is invaluable. You have time to fuck up, time to make mistakes, and time to grow.
I’ve come to learn the things in life that truly make me feel alive, and I’m genuinely curious to see if I can build a business out of it. Moving forward I plan on using this blog to write about the things that I’m passionate about, while also exploring different entrepreneurial ventures. This is the future of Corbin. This is the future of my life. And with that being said… welcome to Corb/Space.
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