Three different conversations this week took me back to many of my experiences. I have mentioned repeatedly about how thankful I am and going back through my experiences over the past twenty years make me appreciate even more where I am today.
I was reminded this week of the times I didn’t know how I was going to make it. The debt, the jobs gone wrong, the employees quitting on us, the pressure from clients, the ridiculous hours worked and the total lack of freedom doing the very thing that was supposed to give me more freedom.
I had a vision, I didn’t give up and thankfully, I found the right people to give me the right advice that finally got me on the right path. Of course, I could be regretful of the years I wasted chasing my tail but then I wouldn’t be nearly as grateful if I had experienced it.
Now, I get to help other people to avoid many of those struggles and find the path to their success
So what’s the tip you ask? Entrepreneurism doesn’t have to be hard.
There is too much talk about hard and not enough about smart work. Of course it requires work but I know I enjoy the act and the results of smart work much better than I did the struggles of hard work. Most people go out on their own and start their own business with desires around working less and making more and that’s how it should be.
I want to help you to create a vision of your success and create a plan to achieve it. Sound good?