…so don’t be scurred of doing something new! To further illustrate my point, think of the best of the best at anything-Oprah, Michael Jordan, Beyoncé, Bill Gates, etc. They knew absolutely nothing about their respective fields before they started, and most of them had really rocky starts before their big breaks occurred. Even Dr. Phil was peddling his wares on Oprah before he landed his own platform! (Am I the only one who remembers that? Lol)
I can go on…Suze Orman was a waitress until she was 30, Steve Jobs was fired from the company he created before he returned as its CEO, and the list continues. I believe it would be safe to say every one of these examples (and more) used this time to perfect their crafts. They didn’t know all the details, or have all the connections that would accompany their success. They all had visions, and they all took leaps of faith to reach them. Now they get to live the lives of their wildest dreams because they didn’t give up.
They didn’t give excuses when times got hard. They didn’t say, “I don’t know how to do that”…they found/learned a way. I saw a quote somewhere that entrepreneurs are folks that jump off a cliff and build a plane on the way down. And I believe that with my whole heart. I’m learning so much on this journey, I’m a much better person because of it.