I remember being 23 years old, newly married and really worried I was not going to have the skills to make money for our new formed family.
I remember being 26 years old and joining LessEverything with Steve and wondering if this crazy idea would work. I knew I had the skills clients would pay for but would this new dynamic work?
Here I sit, 36 years old, something feels different. I know how to sell my skills, how to find clients, how to design software and market products. I no longer worry about financial security.
I worry more about my physical weight than how much money I make in 2017. I worry about being impatient with my family and not telling the people around me I love them enough.
I worry about regret…but not regretting something I say or do. Regretting NOT saying something, or NOT doing something amazing, adventure or scary.
I don’t worry about writing raw, unedited blog posts…will you think I’m silly? I don’t really care. I do worry the people who have helped us over the years not knowing how much we appreciate them. I worry about being too generous with my time and stress with those who don’t value it and shorting the people who mean the most.
If you wanted it to build a product you’d find a way to get time to work on it. If you really wanted to start that new hobby you’d sacrifice something to find the time and money to do it.
I'll define a "Wannabe Entrepreneur" as someone who has never made money from their businesses. Here are the different types of wannabes.
In the past few years I've built go-carts, built a 200+ sq ft workshop, written several eBooks. How do I create a life where I have time to work on side projects?
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