Well, my friends, it’s been one of those weeks that makes it all worth it.
This blog so far has been me ranting like a whiney baby ahahaha. But, today, I want to deliver you some Don Ready Goods.
Because this week has been so fucking good.
This game of entrepreneurship is wild. It’s like a roller coaster of emotions with added emotions you didn’t know about. Since starting out with my own venture, these emotions have been amplified. This means that when it’s good, it’s really good.
The last 7 days since I last blogged on here have been smooth. I’ve collected cash (Approx $3k), onboarded new clients, had major breakthroughs with my mindset, and finally got Facebook to let my links work and ads run.
To top it off I get to experience the 4th of July in America. On a lake. With my new adopted family and Kate. As I write this my ankles are sore from sucking at water skiing. But fucking lol that I created a reality where water skiing was a thing.
It’s weeks like this that make it all worth it.
I’m writing this blog to give you a taste of the good and to inspire you to never quit.
It literally baffles my head that 4 years ago I was working as a barista on minimum wage, not creating anything and not in good shape. It baffles me that I have built all of the things I have.
What I’m trying to say is, don’t give up on your dreams.
It’s cheesy and corny as fuck but I honestly believe in it 100%. Most people never do what they wanted to do because of fear. Fear of others' opinions, fear of failure, fear of succeeding. They are all normal to have, but what’s the alternative?
The alternative is to let your unique talent, perspective, and personality go to waste.
I can’t imagine anyone really wants that to happen so where do we actually go from here?
I believe the fastest way to live out your unique mission is to start asking yourself - “what am I naturally good at? and how can I use that to solve someone’s problem?”
Those 2 questions are incredibly powerful as even though you “are enough”, you need to be good at something and solve a problem if you want to get paid. Yes, there are other revenue streams, but realistically, solving problems well is typically what brings home the cheddar.
I still don’t know with 100% accuracy my answers to those questions. As you know, if you read this blog regularly, I struggle with understanding my purpose and skill sets a lot. However, I act and work towards finding my answers. That work means I’m improving and honing in every day.
I believe that working is the only way to bring out your inner daemon (genius) and reveal your path. The work can be messy but it is definitely worth it.
If I could offer any advice to a younger me -
“start now, immediately, no excuses, just start. It will all work out if you work it out”.
I’ll leave the rant at that.
I’m off to enjoy the 4th and get hammered drunk.
Have a wonderful wonderful day and stay safe,
Thanks a million for reading,
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