In this blog we will discuss about how to become the Chegg Champion, which means conqueror of life. Chegg was my grand father’s interesting middle name which in ancient Irish language means master of living.
My grandfather exemplified that meaning to every degree. He is my role model for what it means to be a real man.
Not macho stuff we see on television but a man with open heart and strong will. The man that goes after his dreams and accomplishes them with determination. A man that is willing to sacrifice to protect and serve those he loves. The man that is unwilling to take no for an answer. The man that creates his own reality instead of being a creature of circumstance.
My grandfather was an Irish born immigrant that went from poverty to building a mansion for his family. My grandfather told me to never give up in life, and taught me that embarrassment is not in the failing but in quitting.
My grandfather Chegg was a champion of life not because he never made mistakes, he will tell you that he has made plenty of those in his life, but what makes him a champion is that each time he picked himself up and kept going. That takes fortitude and strong heart as it takes tremendous self-love to get back up and keep going.
I am 25 years old and I’d like to dedicate this blog to everything my wonderful grandfather taught me about life. He passed 1 year ago and I miss him deary. In memory of him, I want to make this blog and spread his teaching on life, relationships, & how to truly be successful in life.
He went from poverty to achieving the three pillars of success in life that’s wealth, health & faith. Talking to him was like opening an ecyclopedia of knowledge on everything from proper nutrition, politics to spirituality.
He was the most interesting man to ever talk to, more than any of the teachers at school. I am grateful to have had such a great grandfather and My goal is to write some sort of book in memory of him.
So if you are in the high heavens reading this, Grandpa, Thank you for everything you have taught me and I miss you dearly.