Over time, I finally accepted that I am not a failure – everything I was a learning experience. My road bumps were lessons.
There’s just something so fulfilling about being your own boss, creating your own schedule and marching to the beat of your own drum.
It’s hard to live with a chronic illness, so it’s important to find some way to vent regularly.
Big vision but small implementation: keep up with all the small in the industry, but make sure the BIG still holds.
I hold all of my business meetings while playing ping-pong. It’s fun, people relax, and it creates a memory.
You want to be home. “Home” is a feeling of belonging, of having your own little spot in the world.
It’s not about god. It’s not about a book. Or a history. Or a war. It’s about how I can live today the best possible life.
Return an email to someone from 10 years ago that you’ve never returned.
It’s the idea that someone else could dictate when I should start work, have lunch, how I should dress, behave, and ultimately be valued monetarily.
Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither were you. Give yourself time, find what works, and run with it.