Everyone has dreams. There are about 8 billion people on the planet, and each one of us has at least one thing that they want to accomplish in their lifetime. For some, it’s a big dream that they may not get to but gets them up every morning (like my NFL dreams) and for some it’s very reasonable and it’s something that they work for on a daily basis. For me though, its a little bit of both, and it’s not just one dream. It’s a lot of dreams. And in fact, I wouldn’t even call it a dream. I just have a vision. I have an extremely powerful vision and I’m just following what I am seeing.
It’s a complex vision, and not everyone will understand it right off the jump, but soon the entire sports world will be all over it.
That vision is of me, Jordan Zlomislic and my company, JZ Media being among the leaders of sports media, but being at the top with good intentions. Everyone has that goal of being at the top of their field and succeeding in life, and I know I have the potential to do both of those. It’s not a goal anymore. It’s a plan. But how am I going to separate myself from everyone else along the journey? How will I be different? What will make Jordan Zlomislic, JZ Media different from all of those sports media legends that have come before me and that are still to come?
I know my answer to that question. It’s just time that everyone else answers their side of that question, because I don’t control what others think of me. I just control what they see of me and I will ensure that everyone will see the passion I have for the work I do. I will ensure that people see how hard I work to get what I want, and I will ensure that people see how intentional I am with everything I put my hands on.
I have been doing exactly that since the beginning, but now I’m very close to expanding it and showing it all even more. More than you’ve seen anywhere else, from anyone else. As my friend Shamarko Thomas says all the time, “Vas a ver.” meaning, “You will see.” in Spanish.
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