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My New Quit Day Is Today, August 2nd, 2017

And I’m really going to go for it this time.

I just bought a vape and I’m going to stay true to being tobacco free.

I figured by telling this to the world via my blog, it will only help my chances of breaking free of tobacco and living a better quality of life.

In all honesty I’m very excited.

I’m excited about the money I’m going to save, and I’m excited about feeling better everyday.

I’ve got this goal of getting 2,000 email subscribers by 2018.  It’s a big goal, considering I’ve only got 2 email subscribers, one of them being myself.

But I think with the money I save from quitting smoking I’ll be able to buy some ads, and really get my home page some much needed attention from the internet.

I just wanted to write this to you to mark the day I officially stopped smoking for good, and see how long-hopefully for life, I can quit this time.

Rest assured, I’ll keep you updated and hopefully I can help other smokers stop smoking.

For now I’m going to get back to my personal development by reading and journaling.  I’ve got to do the work so I can get a business up and running on the internet.  I’ve got to keep putting the work in, day in day out, to get the job done.  And the job is to help schizophrenics work.  I really should buy another course and find out if my idea is going to work.  Maybe you could leave a comment and let me know if YOU think helping schizophrenics work could ever become a business that paid me.

So there’s a lot more to it that just quitting smoking.  It’s a lot of things.  Family, money, work/life balance, personal life balance, blogging… the list could go on and on.

I really just want to be of service.  I don’t know if any of this is going to work.  I’m just working on it.  I’ve got to figure it out.  I’ve got to see if my plan can work.

The only way I can do that is to work.  Right now I’m writing about schizophrenia and work, or schizophrenia and selling, and I think that that could really be helpful to people, or at least entertaining/inspiring.  What would be inspiring is if I had $100,000 in the bank from my work online.

But for now I have my job, that pays me a steady paycheck, and I’m not on disability.  That’s an accomplishment for a schizophrenic, and one I think is worth writing about.

So I can only go up from here, and quitting smoking is the smartest move I can make for long term gains.  I think you will like that I’m writing about quitting, as it’s healthy and will probably cut back on the number of unnecessary problems I have.

So if your in the business of personal development, like I am, you may want to quit smoking so you can be a better example for people, namely your children.  Here’s to your success in eliminating the source of suffering in your life, so that you can break free and be happier, and healthier.

Thanks for reading, and subscribe to my list for the free ebook “Schizophrenic Sales Success”,

Jesse Creel

My Quit Day Was On July 15th, 2017, Here’s What’s Happened So Far…

On that Saturday, the 15th of July, 2017, I lit up a black and mild on my way to my therapist.  I smoked half before and half after.  Then when I got home, I put on the patch.  It’s kept me from buying cigarettes.

I admit, I had a slip today.  I smoked 2 black and milds.  In the morning.  I took the patch off to smoke them, because my mom said that could cause problems, but I put the patch back on after I was done.

That’s it, I quit and I’ve only smoked 2 black and milds since I put on the patch.  I don’t even like the taste of tobacco anymore.  I’m over it.  I only smoke because I want to be bad, and the easiest way for me to be bad is to smoke.

But I don’t want to be bad, I want to be more good.  So I’ve been using the patch and chewing nicotine gum.  They sent it to me free of charge from the Maryland Quit Line.  I told them I was a schizophrenic, and they noted that in my file, that the voices told me to smoke, but I don’t mind.  It’s not like the internet doesn’t already know.

I was listening to some of my music today.  I recorded a new song, and then I listened to it, and other things I had recorded.  It was fun.  It also made me think that smoking really played a role in making my mind a bad place to live.  In one of the songs I quote “Probably going to die at an early age, put me right in my grave.” Smoking was making me think some awful things.

I hated myself when I was smoking.  I knew that it was no good, and I was only doing it because I was addicted.  In some of the songs you can hear me coughing over my guitar playing.  I really must be done with that.

I quit on July 15th, 2017 and I had a slip, but I want to keep stopping smoking.

I’m chewing the gum right now.

It’s not really that you chew it, you only chew it 5 times or so, and then you “park” it in between your lips and your gum.  It gives you a tingle when it’s there just to let you know it’s still poison and you could do without it.  But it’s better than smoking, that’s for sure.

There’s no good reason to smoke, and I don’t want to be bad.  I want to be good.

I’m working my way out of this hole, and it feels good to be getting free.

I slipped, but I’m still on the way out, and I’m going to get there, God help me.

And I hope He helps you too.

I hope we can do this together, and get set free for the rest of our lives.

Thanks for listening,

Jesse Creel

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