[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As a solopreneur and one that has always suffered greatly from any directed or self-appointed criticism.  I am my own worst enemy and set the bar at achievable levels often playing it safe to avoid not reaching a standard or goal that seems out of my personal reach.  This is actually not even true when I consider the ones I have reached and if I were to cross-examine my capabilities and that is to be said for each and every one of us no matter where you may be at this very moment.

The thing is and I do hate the cliche, if it were easy, everyone would be doing it.  But just consider that for a second. You mean to tell me that I haven’t piqued and reached the financials, professional, intellectual and social status that truly would create the self-worth often missing, but this is because of early days, new to the market, obstacle challenging industry that I felt a calling to enter? You could say, well more fool you, sweetheart, if you are just figuring that out now but it is true of all who have woke up with self-doubt, worry, anxieties arising from obligations, insurmountable opportunities, the fear that you’ve perhaps bitten off more than you can chew, the guilt attached to being driven and focused on one hand but MIA from the friends, relationships and family at times because – well when you are your own boss, there is always something to be done so clocking out, unfortunately, isn’t the nature of the business owners beast.  More on that in a little bit because I do not want any of you as I have to remind myself when the “throw in the towel” or just giving up thought process starts rifling its way past the perseverance, determination, mindfulness and manifestations you’ve built and designed for yourself.  Now that’s assuming you have! So let me back it up a moment here and say those daily affirmations,  the practice and habit of journaling and actually writing the visions and dreams your most inner self creates.  The more you put this between you and the pages allow you to manifest the possibilities as unintentionally as they may come to you or as intentionally as you may purpose them to be.

Bottom line, we are our own worst enemies at times and being hard on oneself is perhaps motivating you to achieve and ensure accountability is in place but don’t think if it goes unnoticed in the midst of your team at work, group of friends, or placement on the family tree that you are not valuable[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]