Isn’t it ironic that when I started living for myself, only then, could I truly help others on a much larger scale?
I’m not sure I ever thought this day would come, a day where I could say I’m an accomplished, best-selling author, to my first book, The Top 1 Percent Life!
To be honest, it took flexing some discipline muscles, I didn’t even know I had, to get this book done.
I completed my book during an incredibly demanding time, for so many reasons.
In the end, the book will help the right people, and first it helped me.
There is nothing selfish in investing in ourselves. It is one of the most compassionate things we can do to guide, strengthen, and heal ourselves.
By doing this we allow further ability to contribute our hearts and work to others in this world.
You stop feeding the dragons when you realize that what they are saying is not true, but a reflection of an open wound. Heal the wound, and heal the dragon.
You need to decide what you want without any self-judgement. You need to become an advocate for yourself so you can better advocate for your clients.
Only then can you protect the voices of others in times of joy and in times of pain.
You will become an advocate for your team, and eventually for the future team members who will be joining you very soon.
You do not build a business and stop. This is not a matter of completion. A business is a product of evolution and refinement into the ever-expanding nuance that is mastery.
It never really ends, and you don’t want it to. A business on standstill is a business with downhill momentum.
New problems are good. The same problems are not so good.
Your business will get to a point where it is bigger than you, but first, you need clarity on who you are and what you want, so you have to do what it takes.
That is the key here. You will need to get to a place where your energy is high, and you want to do what it takes to get it done.
You want more time. You can’t imagine living this way two years from now. What about five or ten years from now? How does that vision feel? I would guess that it isn’t your ideal life.
What are you willing to do about it today and why?
In the end, I stopped giving my ear to those who did not support me.
I got really picky about who I would ask advice from, and whose unwarranted advice I would no longer take.
I stopped caring about vanilla solutions in a world of rainbow ice cream. I prefer salted caramel gelato and a second scoop of pistachio served in Italy, thank you very much.
THE FUTURE OF
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