Posts tagged LIFE LESSONS
2018: A Resilient Year

As the saying goes, we cannot begin to move forward until we’ve taken a good hard look back at what’s been. And this year has been a doozy.

Here I stand coming out the other side of 2018 after feeling every inch of the highs and giving the lows hell.

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PIVOT: Reckoning (Part Six)

As I enter almost one full year of full-on entrepreneurship, this journey has been an interesting one to say the least. Considering everything that has happened and everything I am about to share with you, I am rejoicing in the choice I made in January and I am proud that I am still standing, still writing.

But it hasn’t been all rave reviews and smooth sailing since that fateful day in January.

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PIVOT: Redemption (Part Four)

As badly as I longed to fully and wholly devote myself to building a business, I never wanted to contribute to the sleazy side of creative entrepreneurship that sends the message that you can quit your job and make your first million overnight.

I am here to share my experience with you which looked absolutely nothing like any of those shady ads plastered all over Facebook and Instagram.

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PIVOT: Resilience (Part Two)

You are going to run into naysayers and people who doubt your ideas or ability when you are breaking the mold to do something different. If your life matters to you, and it absofuckinglutely should, you’ll politely tell these people to kick rocks as you move forward in your purpose.

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Is the perpetual quest for more holding us back from experiencing enough?

For the record, I am all for reevaluating our current state of affairs and wanting more for ourselves & our lives in a next level of true fulfillment sort of way. It is by no means selfish to want more regardless of where that “more” falls. To me, wanting & asking for more means you have evolved. You’ve learned what is no longer a fit for your life because you've outgrown where you're currently at for one reason or another. And to be crystal clear, more doesn’t always equate to more stuff or another title or some new shiny thing.

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Grace Isn’t Reserved Only for the Spiritual

You’ve heard me bang on about really l-i-v-i-n-g life, as in living the life you want for yourself regardless of outside opinions and traditional or societal norms. But, if we’re being honest with one another, then we need to state the obvious. Doing so—living life for yourself—means you will inevitably be met with hardships and crossroads.

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