Sharius For No Repair
Ten years ago, I had a vision. To create a dedicated business to help women develop healthy and more livelihoods.
Today, this business is shocking. Branches come together. My customers are brave + badass women I really love. Challenges (in the best) and most challenging tasks.
But it has a TRUE.
There are hundreds of times thoughts about leaving – and twice when I came closer.
Job was standing on the table.
Self-doubt. Fear. Sure. I'm not good. WAm I going to do this work?
Here's what I want you to know …
Programs + problems + that they want to leave are all part of the change, continue to succeed.
Often we think of a change or "progress" as the mouse of a mouse. In fact, replacement and development are similar to this:
Continuing progress + keeps going back.
There are some good reasons for this:
- Maybe we need downtime – to think, contact, upload, re-create, or create a new one.
- We may need to slow down a little – to join the elderly or old alike and remember why we are building new people, such as visiting the old to remember why you left them.
- Maybe we need to repeat the item– to operate, drill, and / or test our skills under different conditions.
Or maybe we only give us the skills but we still have the next step of progress and, like anything else in life, we need to believe that doing bad things is really the necessary to do them well.
The only way to fail it is to opt out.
Quitting is the most common thing in us that is good at. And there is reason for him.
As we strive to reach goals and leave, we get quick help. The pressure is off. But finally, we are worried about leaving.
My friend often often heard me say, I will never leave.
When I speak these words, I mean them with all the people. To achieve goals, BIG needs to eliminate BIG problems – time. The amount of time as taken. Your dream has no expiration date.
The way to trade from vision to good training is dangerous and challenging. And I will find no way.
Overcoming the challenge encourages us and honors.
When it comes to losing weight (or building a business or goals you want to achieve), ask yourself the question …
Am I ready to achieve this goal?
If the answer is yes, make yourself aware of it carry on. Because as long as it takes.
XO ~ Robyn
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