And then, one day I woke up and decided that I wanted to open my own business. (okay, so it didn't really happen quite like that . . .I spent a good six months thinking and planning.)
As my business picked up, it was time to leave my "safe" job. I remember on my last day at Corporate America, my boss said, "I want you to know that if this doesn't work out, you can always come back here."
For a half of a nanosecond, I actually questioned my
You know what? It did work. Perfectly for seven years. And I've never, ever, not once regretted that decision.
My point is . . . just a few words from somebody else can make you question yourself and your decisions. Do.Not.Allow.It. Only YOU know what's best for you . . .and sometimes, you just have to follow your instincts.
If I had given in to my fear(s) and stayed at that corporate job, I wouldn't have met so many interesting artsy people. I wouldn't have gained all that knowledge that comes with owning a business. I wouldn't be where I am today . . . totally happy.
What about you? Have you followed a passion of yours and had it work out just right? Have you been thinking about it? What's stopping you from doing it?
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