It’s not glamorous but it will get you where you want to go…

It’s not glamorous but it will get you where you want to go…
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Dec

You see them all the time, as you scroll through your newsfeed on Facebook or check your email inbox…

I quit my job, I’m a full time entrepreneur and I love it!

I went from zero to 6-figures just 90 days after I quit my job…

After just 6 months as an entrepreneur, I’m earning more than I did in a year at my corporate job…

When you’re just starting out or when you’re new in your business, making the right decision about becoming a full time entrepreneur can feel overwhelming.

You see these glamorous, exciting stories of people who quit their jobs and then go on to achieve extraordinary success in their business…

You’re amazed at how quickly they rise to the top and you wonder why you can’t do it too…

You wonder if you’re missing something important…

Maybe it’s a new strategy or a sales funnel that you need to implement?

Maybe you’d be more successful if you hired the right coach or if you joined that expensive mastermind everyone’s raving about?

But here’s something no one really talks about and it’s one of the most important things you need to know especially when you’re just starting your journey as a spiritual entrepreneur…

The authentic path to success is never glamorous.

It involves hard work and patience but this is the path that will get you where you want to go.

That’s why your decisions must always remain independent of everyone else’s story.

Whatever else you do, don’t allow the narratives that promise you can quit your job and get rich quick, guide your decisions.

Almost every one of these success stories is missing an important ingredient or contains an unknown backstory.

This is not to say that these entrepreneurs are willfully hiding the truth.

It’s just incredibly easy to forget about the heartache and the hustle that goes into building a business when you look a back at your journey from a successful milestone.

The truth is usually far more practical and down-to-earth…

You may need to hold down a full-time job for a year or more, and work on your business in the evenings and weekends.

You may need to take on a part-time job so you can pay the bills as you build your business.

If you need to do these things, it doesn’t mean you’re not a real entrepreneur or that you’re a failure. It’s simply a way to have the cash flow you need to stay grounded and focused.

Quitting your job too soon often triggers stressful feelings of fear and desperation if business doesn’t take off as quickly as you hoped it would.

You will become focused on money and this will overwhelm you and drain your energy.

The Universe is a magical place and you will always be supported but your energy and beliefs attract your circumstances. So, ensure that you give yourself the best opportunity for success without stress.

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That’s not to say you must stay in a job you hate, but thoughtful consideration of your finances is important as you move into your new life as an entrepreneur.

You’ll feel much better when you have a cushion of money to support you, and you are less likely to fall into the trap of quick fixes being sold to entrepreneurs in that space of desperation.

You are in control of your own destiny.

While there may be coaches, mentors or others whose advice you seek, it’s ultimately you who will make the final decision.

Trust your intuition and be intentional about the decisions you make, and you’ll be well-positioned to for long-term success.

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Comments

  • December 21, 2016

    Dana I love this! Thank you for Shining your light in such a beautiful and powerful way! You always inspire me to shine my light and step into my power even more fully.

    Love you so much!

  • December 21, 2016

    Thank you for saying this!

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