Note to entrepreneur souls… Keep dreaming but don’t fall asleep!
I like to call myself an entrepreneur and I have definitely gone through all the ups and downs of entrepreneur ships. Have you ever been at the place where you are so feed up with your own bullshit, that you know you have to transform and shift because there really is no other way? You simply know you have to get yourself and your limiting beliefs out of the way or else...
I came across this quote on facebook not long ago. It really spoke to me and I know from my own personal experience as well as client’s, it is a quote that many of us can relate to.
For me it’s a ‘kick in the butt / slap in the face’ quote that kick starts my ego’s desire to prove I can stay on track with whatever it is I need to stay on track with. Yes I said it. ‘Ego can be useful too.’
Every time I start a new project I wake up excited about what the day will bring. I eagerly throw myself into the challenge excited and full of enthusiasm. New projects are a blessing to me, It’s staying on track with them that challenge my self-esteem and motivation. As a entrepreneur you only have yourself to hold responsible for your progress. No one is there to set your level of standard and commitment, only you. Learning skills that will benefit all my existing and future projects is my latest project and boy oh boy “am I on a learning curve with this one”.
But my confidence grows each day I grasp something new and my gut feeling rest in peace in the comfort of my actions. After all that’s what it takes. You can stumble upon the most amazing opportunities and have it placed right at your fingertips but unless you take action and follow through you will not get the results you are dreaming of. Your dreams are only as good as the actions you take to reach them.
My dream is to keep all my passions alive and active and be financially free while doing so. It includes my art, writing, deepening my yoga knowledge and a growing desire to cook more vegan and become a skilled and confident chef. It includes more coaching on a bigger scale. It includes deeper understanding of Shamanism and spiritual energy healing and it includes travelling the world to explore the known as well as the unknown territories. To hang out with inspiring coaches, leaders, Gurus, teachers, shamans and like minded seakers.
At the end of the day when all said and done I’m simply trying to save myself by saving the world around me. Whatever I do, if it serves you in some way, it also serves me. The urge to help others is a selfish act of self-help. It’s utter satisfaction when your guidance hit home base and the light turns on. It warms my heart and I bow in gratitude to the forces around me when depressions lifts and health and heart aces heal. The aha and ahhh moments experienced with my clients are just as satisfactory to me as it is to them. It’s a joint venture.
With all my projects I am however a period drinker. I’m in perfect control and on top of everything I need to be on top off for periods at the time, and then I hit the wall and fall flat with no motivation, desire or drive to continue, but with that comes my never ending thirst for continued growth. Because at the core of me I know there’s more to me than what comes out.
So I keep dreaming, keep taking action and since I already know what giving up feels like...
... I want to see what happens if I don’t.
After all I am an entrepreneur soul.
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