Why You Need to Take Risks to Succeed

Imagine for a moment…

You have this amazing idea for a product, and you want to start your own business. You know there is a demand for it, and it could be the start of something big.┬áBut you need to purchase a good camera. Materials. A website. You need to spend a few weekends doing the actual creating. Suddenly your months in, $500 out and you aren’t ready yet. You still need more time. You have to make another big purchase. Your excitement is waning. Your confidence dropping. And you decide to stop. You decide that it might be better to save what you can than to take those final steps. You can’t make that final commitment.

Or maybe you love illustration and you want to build your online portfolio. Reach out with social media. Maybe get some clients and start a side hustle doing what you love. You have everything ready, but you just can’t pull the trigger. You can’t put yourself out there. Can’t change that setting from private, to public.

You can’t take that last step that stands between you and something you’ve always wanted.

Any of this sound familiar?

For a little context, I did something big today.

In the grand scheme of things this will seem small to you, but for me it was monumental.

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