A shifting state of Mind

I often (try to) balance or make sense of my inner resilience, ambition and passion that led me to following the path of entrepreneurship versus following the attractive path of maintaining my daily needs (especially at a time like this) supported by good ole corporate America smiling in my face right now :) 🤦🏽‍♂️

My sarcastic thoughts and corporate past haunting me...(Hhmmm🤔)

It sure would be good to have that 1st and 15th check right now, but I hated going to the same ole job everyday and having little flexibility.   It sure would be good to have the consistency of work processes that have already been created, but I hated not having much autonomy to create and always being told what to do.  It sure would be good not to be alone all the time, but I hated working the same hours and dealing with company politics.  It sure would be good not to have to do everything and do stuff that’s uncomfortable, but you weren’t being challenged enough, you wanted to reach your full potential and get paid everyday. Damnit...that’s right!!!

The journey is real and shifting is clearly a process and especially at a time like this.  I have to talk to my mind everyday.

”I will not fear. Greater is he that is in me, than he that is in the world. God has not given me the spirit of fear, but of power, love and a sound mind”



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  • There are those of us who were born to lead and create and those who were born to support the vision. We all have a purpose. We all have strengths and our weaknesses are opportunities for growth. A daily self-check and near constant mind talk are so very necessary!

    You are on the right path, at the EXACT right time, for exactly the right reasons because God put you there. Carry on!

    • Nakita T.
  • Thoughts that has I believed played in so many entrepreneurs mind constantly especially in uncharted territory as we are now. Great piece.

    • Byron
  • We can’t grow it comfort. Thanks for the reminder

    • Tawanna Cotten