This holiday season, Impy’s LeaderShop hopes to give you things to think about to make your 2015 even better than 2014.
It’s the holiday season once again, and KSI remains prevalent in the online gaming world.
It seems that with each passing year, whether KSI ascends upward or maintains the status quo, that this community continues to make a positive difference in the lives of its members.
As many of you all know, I left KSI from my position as Senior Director in April. I stayed away for quite some time until I realized I belonged here. I didn’t know how I could contribute, or what way would be mutually beneficial, but I stepped back in.
So I came back and got involved in a way that I knew I could contribute — News Team. I graduated withA? a Journalism degree, enjoyed writing and I knew I had good ideas for the team.
Everybody in KSI has a special skill set they can put to work to help make KSI better.
Despite the movement of people at different ranks, there are so many different ways to get involved.
And as always, as another year comes to a close, it’s important to look back at what happened and see what went right, what went wrong, and what can be done better in 2015.
This season is about taking it easy, enjoying time with friends and family, and counting the many blessings you have in your life.
If you’ve been with KSI from at least Thanksgiving, you should recognize a growing role of your KSI friends in your life. Your KSI family is a part of your real-life circle of friends and family, and part of the holidays is enjoying your time with them.
New Years will bring countless resolutions, but it would be a mistake to not consider what your goals are for KSI, if you’re serious about this community, that is.
I’ve always been a big proponent of setting achievable goals and reassessing your progress frequently. I think to many people go into situations spontaneously and don’t think about the position they will be in during the coming days, weeks and months.
That’s why, as part of my message to KSI, I ask for you all to remember the milestones, memories and triumphs you met this past year. I want you also to think of what fell short, what disappointments you were met with and what you could improve on.
This doesn’t just go for KSI, but your real, every day life too. KSI is but a microcosm that teaches you lessons you can use in your life. That’s why, every year, I ask for those near and dear to me to think about everything — good and bad.
So, if you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, or even Festuvus, just take some time to think how far you’ve come since Jan. 1, 2014.
Me, personally, I’ve since graduated from college, got a job, moved to a new city, left KSI, came back and so much more that I’d rather not share with y’all.
How far have you come? And where will you go in 2015?