I’m the kind of person who starts their day feeling like I can conquer the world. I’m 110% positive that nothing can stop me from being amazing and accomplishing everything my heart desires. As many times as I’ve started my morning renewed, excited, and full of the best intentions, there have been more days than not when something got in my way from having the day I wanted.
Whenever someone is being hired to do a job the client usually wants to know their credentials. What makes them qualified to do this job and do it well. In today’s day and age where many people have created careers based on their creative talent, the question still remains. What makes you qualified to do this job?
Why live a life full of mediocrity, frustration, and boredom when you can have the complete opposite?
I've had numerous conversations with friends and coworkers about the scariness of building your own business and reasons someone would shy away from it.
There's uncertainty, risks, and challenges and most people hate those things. I get it. Something so "scary" looks unappealing. I get that too. But have you ever taken a step back to look at all the scary things involved in maintaining a job you hate only for security?
The other day something happened that I was not ready for. I couldn’t plan for it. There was no way I could've prepared for what I was about to experience. I’ve been breastfeeding my son now for 7 months. At this point I pump majority of the time and nurse at least once per day. One night I went to nurse IV before bed like I usually do, and he denied me...
Many people are under the impression that the only way they can start a business is to quit their job, use all their savings, and take the biggest risk of their life on what they’re passionate about. Although this approach has worked for a few , they are the exceptions, the outliers. Many people are apprehensive about taking this route. There’s way too much risk involved and no guarantee