Today is my second-to-last day of my office job and I’m really really excited. Like I’m so pumped, but I just wanted to talk about the risk that I had to take to get to that point.
Quitting your job is not an easy thing, and I had a lot of people doubting me, and I had my own thoughts doubting me – that’s usually the the loudest, your own thoughts.
Your own worst enemy is in your own head. And I had all these thoughts about what if you don’t make it / your business isn’t big enough / you’re not going to be successful / who are you to deserve that kind of success or deserve that kind of life.
But I got to that point where I made that jump. I got to a point where I couldn’t add any more classes, I couldn’t put any more energy into my business. I was working every day for at least eight hours, plus the travel to get there, all things you have to do and then I wasn’t able to give all of me to my clients, to my classes, into the resources, all the back end stuff that I want to do, so I got to a point where I had to jump, right?
And so I did.
And I quit.
I was absolutely petrified,
Just two feet, in the deep end.