I hate that feeling. The one I'm having right now. The one that tells me to take a break from physical jobs. The one that tells me to find a job where I am not physically drained and mentally zapped. The one that tells me to work a "regular" job where I get regular paychecks, bonuses and paid vacation. The one that tells me to stop working for the money.
But what would you do if you've already tried the 9-5, the corporate rat wheel and it doesn't fit you? But neither does the anxiety and fear of not having a steady paycheck when people are depending on you.
WHAT DO YOU DO!?
This is my second full year of really giving myself 110%, not knowing which service to sign up for or how much to pay for a graphic designer or who should I hire for mailchimp and paypal integration. This is the year where every dollar I earned was put back into my business. The year of 2015 is where I found my niche and defined my role as a Health Coach.
But understanding who I am doesn't bring the dolla bills ya'll. I'm a scrappy girl. I fight dirty when it comes to running my biz on my own terms and making ends meet with the dollars left over after paying everyone their worth.
On Friday nights after I watch Shark Tank (God love it), I process what I've seen and somehow apply the successful stories to parts of my business. For a while I didn't understand how businesses could make so much money, but barely earn a profit. Or the people who excitedly preach how they spent $500 to build a million dollar biz. Those are not my kind of people.
Mine are the ones that struggle, start with nothing, invest everything they have into their business and within 3-5 years have a system. A sales funnel. A niche. Their own speaking style. The ones who are self discovers and may have sucked at school, because of undiagnosed learning disabilities. Those are my people and if they don't give up - I won't give up. I convince myself to stick around for the Type B's and C's. The ones who have to work extra hard to stay on task. The ones with heart, but whimsical dreams that tend to ebb and flow with how they feel in the morning.
So, back to the original question: Do you ever feel like giving up? If so, what are you giving into? Decide which outcome is the one you'd like to follow + give it your all! There is no shame in how many side jobs it takes to fund your dream, just get it done. Let's stick together.
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