Happy Thursday OKC! This week Localites are joined by Jose Rodriguez, owner of OKC's newest bar, @sanctuarybarokc, a sister concept of @flashbackretropub. They opened just last Friday and have already made a mark on the OKC bar scene.
In our happenings update we cover the @burgerpunkokc food truck taking a break until spring. Also, we cover the news of @skydancebrewing being the first new brewery headed into @brewersunionok.
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It’s about 2am, I’m sitting at the tiny desk in our bedroom, and it looks like I’m hard at work.
HOWEVER, I can hardly think or even move at this point.
I’ve accomplished so much in the past 18 hours, but there’s still so much left.
It’s not necessarily stuff that has to get done, there’s just so much I WANT to do.
There is an infinite amount of things I can do to better this business, and my to-do list is only limited by my imagination and the imagination of those around me.
I could count on one hand how many times I have cleared my To-Do list in the last 3 years.
This is why I often find myself working into the absolute ground.
I rarely loose motivation throughout the day, however I do loose the simple ability to think sometimes.
@thetdave once shared with me that the human brain is only capable of making a certain amount of decisions in a day.
This has really stuck with me.
It has been something that I have really had to work on to find a balance. If I work myself too much day in and day out, I eventually find myself incapable of making decisions and accomplishing tasks.
Writing this makes it seem actually pretty easy to find that line. When I’m no longer capable of working, I need to stop. Should be simple enough.
BUT, it is so much harder to see that when you want to succeed this bad.
I feel like I’ve been staring at a computer screen non stop the last couple days trying to get caught up on edits. I think 2018 has been the year of catching up. Lots of growth, lots of change. I can’t wait to be doing this full time so I can put all of my energy into it. 2019 I’m going to be needing some adventurous folk. Hit me uppppp.