I love running into the right people at the right time, don't you?
However and wherever you run into them, it was exactly what you needed.
That happened to me yesterday.
I ran into a friend (whom I connected with through Married Working Mothers btw), and we chatted for a few minutes to catch up on what's been happening in our lives. We've been meaning to get together for lunch but somehow we both seemed too busy "hustlin". But we were placed in each other's path yesterday, to motivate each other.
These past couple of months have been difficult for me, financially. Trying to build something from scratch isn't easy. And self-motivation is required DAILY, whether you want to show up or not. While talking to my friend, we realized how much our lives paralleled each other and agreed that our brief meeting was exactly what we both needed. It reminded us that we weren't alone or crazy, and how important it is to have people that are doing what you're doing (whatever it is) around you.
|SHIT IS REAL OUT HERE ON YOUR OWN!|
I continue to receive the comments about going back to a nine to five. Why would I torture myself without a steady pay? My answer to that is,
Because I feel strongly in what I'm doing. And I love it. I believe in it. I believe in myself.
For those that are in the very same position or soon to be,
Here's a quick story...
I've always been into fitness and clean eating. I am pretty consistent when it comes to exercising and what I eat. However, at the end of March I set my eyes on a goal of what I wanted my body to look like. With that in mind, I knew I had to amp up on the amount of days I exercised and be more strict with my diet (for those who know me are probably rolling their eyes, because how much more strict can Candi get!). So that's what I did. I began exercising 5 days a week. Something I have never done in my entire life (I used to exercise 2-3 times a week).
What was the point of the story?
"To achieve something you have never had before, you must do something you have never done before."
It's not a short term goal but a life-long one.
Believe it or not my NEWER fitness goals have assisted me tremendously in my business goals. Only recently mind you. When I don't feel like going running or going to Crossfit, I go anyway. Some days are very difficult, mentally, emotionally, and physically, but I do it anyway. So when I don't feel like staying up late to edit a video, work on a blog post, work on an art piece, or doing research, I do it anyway. I just do it.
In order to achieve a business I've never had before, I must work like I have never done before.
|JUST DO IT.|