This product uses the Instagram API but is not endorsed or certified by Instagram. All Instagram™ logos and trademarks displayed on this application are property of Instagram
Find out more. Link in my Bio. journeytoamilliondollars I'm done with people who think it's all fun and games to be an entrepreneur. Every other person with no vision and work ethic wants to be an entrepreneur now because owning a business is suddenly cool these days as it gets you both money & fame but hear it out loud and clear, being an entrepreneur is the toughest job you can have and it's not for everyone. If you can't sacrifice those Saturday nights with your friends and those romantic dates with your girlfriend you are not an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is all about sacrifices and worth ethic and if you can't make big sacrifices and keep a strong work ethic you can't be a successful entrepreneur.
Gone are the days of wearing a business suit. Seemed more like a straight jacket, everytime I came home from my 9-5 job, I would rip this suit off for put on something comfortable. Now that I am working at home and absolutely loving my freedom, sadly these suits will never see the light of day again. Or I could possibly hand them over to someone who is still working for a corporate boss. And has yet to discover the world of online success.
As a kid life is very much like a brightly coloured painting. Nothing is questioned about it, and everything is appreciated. The colours seem so vivid, and every other painting that you look at seems just as vivid. So you manage to simply enjoy life with little disappointments and no preconceptions. As we get older the painting begins to fade. Perhaps you may even find yourself questioning why your painting is fading faster than others. Doesn't mean that because the painting is dull, that it's all you will ever see again. Like all old paintings they need restoration and hard work. You may find that you haven't all the colours you need to restore your own painting. Don't just wait for paint to come your way, go looking for it. Or your may find that as you paint, it doesn't look as you imagined or it becomes damaged by outside influences. Just paint over it, don't let fear or others judgements hinder you. Along the way share some of the paint and inspirations that you have, for if you guard your own, no one will share theirs with you. Making your work longer to complete. If you find you don't have the energy to paint, because yours is taking to long to finish, or you have been discouraged to often; Then find an enthusiastic painter to help you. I guess Love can then be described as someone who understands the composition of your painting and every brushstroke applied to it. And a Friend would be someone who looks at your painting and respects it for what it represents. The hardest part can sometimes know what to paint, as you may not remember what it was that made you happy in the original artwork. Don't be deterred, just look at other paintings for guidance to what feels best and suits your beliefs and goals. And if you are lucky enough to complete your painting in your lifetime. Don't put away your paintbrushes and call it a day. Nor look to others who have completed theirs like it's a competition; But remember just how hard it was for you to paint your own picture. And help someone else complete theirs.....