Posts tagged entrepreneurism
The Power Of Brevity: how giving myself grace as a writer liberated my creativity

Every article I write doesn’t need to be over 1,000 words. It doesn’t need to talk about the nuances of some of my most traumatic experiences, deliver graduate level statistical analysis, or teach people how to cure cancer. Every piece of content that I create and share with the world doesn’t have to be something that I spent years formulating, revising, and losing sleep over.

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"What Do You Do?" - embracing my greatest talents without sacrificing my versatility

Being able to categorize my work in ways that are easily palatable to potential clients, partners, and investors is financially beneficial, because it allows them to more easily see how I can be of value to them.  At the same time, I don’t like offering up labels and titles that serve as weak substitutes for a conversation that actually reveals elements of who I am as a person. 

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I Finally Stopped Waiting To Prioritize My Healthiness & Happiness.

 I was an ordinary person who was past the infatuation phase. I was working over 40 hours for my day job, working on my side hustle in my free time, and attempting to have a social life on weekends. That didn't change the fact that it kept getting harder for me to get out of bed every morning. I felt lethargic and unenthused about my days.

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I quit my job to chase my dreams. I almost gave up on myself in the process.

Delving into the details of your lowest points is difficult, but extremely cathartic. It's a level of vulnerability that I've been afraid to embrace for my entire life. Facades can be temporarily comforting. I instinctively hide behind them, even as I attempt to use my experiences to help others as a coach. With this story, I'm starting to fully embrace every detail of my journey - even the things that I was afraid to admit, before. I'm still a bit afraid, but am deciding to push through that. 

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