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A Leap of Faith in the Life of a Journalist

You will get there, but only if you keep going. And it always seems impossible until it’s done.

From 2014 New York Festival’s World Silver Medalist and Kapuso journalist to becoming a pilot, Steve Dailisan proves to anybody that it is never too late to chase your dream.

The Kapuso broadcaster surprised the GMA News and Public Affairs team as he revealed the reason behind his exit on the said network.

It is in the month of February this year when Steve voluntarily leave his career as a broadcast journalist that he put up for over 12 years. The reason behind his exit is to pursue his dream of becoming a pilot.

He even wrote on his Facebook post, “Sa totoo lang, suntok sa buwan ang pangaraping makapagpalipad ng eroplano.”

“It has never been my childhood dream. How can you dream of something that is way beyond your reach? I’m just being realistic. Alam ko kasi na sintayog ng lipad ng eroplano ang presyo. The training cost in aviation remains astronomical in value.” He added.

For him, he won’t be able to handle that career because of the value it may cost. It is one of the obstacle that arise on him that he concluded that it is beyond reach.

The journalist even mentioned that leaving his “First Love” (his job as a journalist) will never be easy. He even added that when the time comes that you need to decide whether which path to go, you will always choose the track that will make you a better and stronger person.

Steve Dailisan is just any of us. In our life, there will always be a time that your destiny will make you decide for yourself. It is true that opportunities in our life do not happen, hence, it is us who create our own break. All we need is courage to face everything. No room for excuses.

“Remember, it’s never too late to follow your dream, reach the sky and be with your stars. A Broadcast Journalist, aviation enthusiast, an aspiring Airline Pilot… I am Steeeeeeve Dailisan. Cleared for Take off!” – Steve Dailisan.

Even if he already pursues his dream of become a pilot, his broadcast journalist life will still remain and will never be forgotten.

Source: PEP

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