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- They ask how you plan to reach your goals. With one dapper step at a time. I'm the frame: @thereal_chuck_bass #dapperlydone #dappermen  #mensfashionblog  #mensstyleguide  #stylishmen  #gqstyle #gqinsider #mensweardaily  #odellbeckhamjr #highfashionmen #styleformen#blackboyjoy #theshaderoom #kofisiriboe #menwear#essence #classic #christmas #kevinhart #lebronjames#therock #stephcurry #instagood #instadaily #jidenna#lonzoball #fashion#ATL #Atlanta @visual_creatorz #visual_creatorz @webuyblack @webuyblackservices @blackownersmedia @mediablackoutusa @blackwall.st@bokeh.killers @blackownedbusinessconnect@black_owned_biz
- They ask how you plan to reach your goals. With one dapper step at a time. I'm the frame: @thereal_chuck_bass #dapperlydone #dappermen  #mensfashionblog  #mensstyleguide  #stylishmen  #gqstyle #gqinsider #mensweardaily  #odellbeckhamjr #highfashionmen #styleformen#blackboyjoy #theshaderoom #kofisiriboe #menwear#essence #classic #christmas #kevinhart #lebronjames#therock #stephcurry #instagood #instadaily #jidenna#lonzoball #fashion#ATL #Atlanta @visual_creatorz #visual_creatorz @webuyblack @webuyblackservices @blackownersmedia @mediablackoutusa @blackwall.st@bokeh.killers @blackownedbusinessconnect@black_owned_biz
- we went out just to go buy a legends of zelda game guide, and it ended up with me hanging off the edge of a building. we didn't even end up buying the game guide... . on a more serious note, last night marks a huge milestone for me in terms of mental progression. as a kid, i was terrified of heights. i'd freeze up 10 feet from the edge of our roof. i remember at water parks, climbing the big metal stairs to the top of the waterslides, and looking down over the edge, terrified while surrounded by safety rails, my family, and a line of people who were bored waiting for their turn to ride. heights were always an irrational fear of mine. then i got into parkour, and a lot of crazy stuff happened. long story short, i met this crazy blue haired guy who started teaching me stuff, and constantly encouraging me to be better and to progress and to overcome fear. and about 7 years later, i still know him, and he's still pushing me to be better. last night, while hanging out in downtown philly, a motion sensing door opened, and we saw it, kinda shrugged, and walked inside. ("the door! it beckons!") we proceed to climb the stairs to what we thought was about a 4 story building (it had weird architecture on the bottom floors and we weren't paying attention...) and by the time we got to the 22nd floor, i was over it. so we took an elevator up the 15 remaining floors, and found our way to the roof. we looked out over the city, and it's an amazing view. i saw a railing on one side, tested it a lot to make sure it was secure, made sure my hands weren't numb, gave my blue haired friend my phone for a camera, and climbed over the edge. it's by far one of the most surreal things i've ever experienced to look down, and see you're standing on nothing with nothing beneath you for 37 stories. and the entire time, from the moment i saw the rail, to the moment i climbed back over onto the roof, there was never any fear. it was gone! all in all, i feel like this is a big personal accomplishment, and huge step towards my goals. . tldr: i did a spooky thing and wasn't spooked anymore. yay! . #parkour #parkourlife #phillyjumps #fear #urbex #urbanexploration #heights #climbing #accomplishment
- we went out just to go buy a legends of zelda game guide, and it ended up with me hanging off the edge of a building. we didn& #39;t even end up buying the game guide... . on a more serious note, last night marks a huge milestone for me in terms of mental progression. as a kid, i was terrified of heights. i& #39;d freeze up 10 feet from the edge of our roof. i remember at water parks, climbing the big metal stairs to the top of the waterslides, and looking down over the edge, terrified while surrounded by safety rails, my family, and a line of people who were bored waiting for their turn to ride. heights were always an irrational fear of mine. then i got into parkour, and a lot of crazy stuff happened. long story short, i met this crazy blue haired guy who started teaching me stuff, and constantly encouraging me to be better and to progress and to overcome fear. and about 7 years later, i still know him, and he& #39;s still pushing me to be better. last night, while hanging out in downtown philly, a motion sensing door opened, and we saw it, kinda shrugged, and walked inside. ("the door! it beckons!") we proceed to climb the stairs to what we thought was about a 4 story building (it had weird architecture on the bottom floors and we weren& #39;t paying attention...) and by the time we got to the 22nd floor, i was over it. so we took an elevator up the 15 remaining floors, and found our way to the roof. we looked out over the city, and it& #39;s an amazing view. i saw a railing on one side, tested it a lot to make sure it was secure, made sure my hands weren& #39;t numb, gave my blue haired friend my phone for a camera, and climbed over the edge. it& #39;s by far one of the most surreal things i& #39;ve ever experienced to look down, and see you& #39;re standing on nothing with nothing beneath you for 37 stories. and the entire time, from the moment i saw the rail, to the moment i climbed back over onto the roof, there was never any fear. it was gone! all in all, i feel like this is a big personal accomplishment, and huge step towards my goals. . tldr: i did a spooky thing and wasn& #39;t spooked anymore. yay! . #parkour #parkourlife #phillyjumps #fear #urbex #urbanexploration #heights #climbing #accomplishment
- we went out just to go buy a legends of zelda game guide, and it ended up with me hanging off the edge of a building. we didn't even end up buying the game guide... . on a more serious note, last night marks a huge milestone for me in terms of mental progression. as a kid, i was terrified of heights. i'd freeze up 10 feet from the edge of our roof. i remember at water parks, climbing the big metal stairs to the top of the waterslides, and looking down over the edge, terrified while surrounded by safety rails, my family, and a line of people who were bored waiting for their turn to ride. heights were always an irrational fear of mine. then i got into parkour, and a lot of crazy stuff happened. long story short, i met this crazy blue haired guy who started teaching me stuff, and constantly encouraging me to be better and to progress and to overcome fear. and about 7 years later, i still know him, and he's still pushing me to be better. last night, while hanging out in downtown philly, a motion sensing door opened, and we saw it, kinda shrugged, and walked inside. ("the door! it beckons!") we proceed to climb the stairs to what we thought was about a 4 story building (it had weird architecture on the bottom floors and we weren't paying attention...) and by the time we got to the 22nd floor, i was over it. so we took an elevator up the 15 remaining floors, and found our way to the roof. we looked out over the city, and it's an amazing view. i saw a railing on one side, tested it a lot to make sure it was secure, made sure my hands weren't numb, gave my blue haired friend my phone for a camera, and climbed over the edge. it's by far one of the most surreal things i've ever experienced to look down, and see you're standing on nothing with nothing beneath you for 37 stories. and the entire time, from the moment i saw the rail, to the moment i climbed back over onto the roof, there was never any fear. it was gone! all in all, i feel like this is a big personal accomplishment, and huge step towards my goals. . tldr: i did a spooky thing and wasn't spooked anymore. yay! . #parkour #parkourlife #phillyjumps #fear #urbex #urbanexploration #heights #climbing #accomplishment

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