You ever wonder: “Am I doing the right thing?”
Often late at night these monsters called fears and doubts sneak up and attack in a constant barrage of unrelenting ambushes.
Sometimes I don’t know if I’m doing the right thing. I don’t have a solid plan in place. Just an idea. And faith that it will all work out. So the attacks are expected.
No big deal. I just deal with it, not letting them win.
Most of the time, it’s somewhat calculated, and not entirely risky.
Just yesterday I was chatting with Tina, my wife, and I told her that most folks couldn’t live the way we live.
Most folks need too much back up. A secure, solid pay check. Certainty and security.
I get it and appreciate it. Maybe it’s just not for me.
I’m okay with certainty that it will all work out. Even while being uncertain.
We’re in it on a wing and a prayer. Like most entrepreneurial start ups.
It’s great to do the stuff you love, at have control over your freedom, your time.
This my friend doesn’t come easy. You gotta pay if you wanna play. And part of the price is facing fears.
It’s also called freedom. But freedom isn’t guaranteed nor are we entitled.
It’s something you have to work at, fight for, and constantly struggle to keep as a valued part to your life.
Arnold said it best:
“For me life is continuously being hungry. The meaning of life is not simply to exist, to survive, but to move ahead, to go up, to achieve, to conquer.”
When you’re hungry, you’re focused. Clear. Scared. Calculated. Cautious yet willing.
Be brave my friend. But stay hungry.
Robert N. Provencher – Your Master Coach Marketer
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