Updated: Nov 13, 2020
Staying on the path requires some dedication.
I did things the dumb way. I jumped right across following my path and used a sink or swim mentality. I was fortunate because I had savings and had reinvented myself on numerous occasions, so I had some level of confidence that I could do it.
The painful part was that I had let "the call" go on for too long,
I had mentally and spiritually shifted and I was going through a separation which made me well and truly unemployable in the short term.
The smart thing to do would have been to keep my job, put a foot on the path and start building something up on the side. But I didn't have a system, I didn't know what to do or in what order to do it and I was splashing about like a fish out of water.
Staying on the path comes with its own set of challenges.
What I like the most is the freedom and the fact that everyday I get the chance to progress or pivot myself along a path that's meaningful to me. I also get to surround myself with people who inspire me in many ways and I get to be myself. Everyday.
Once you're on the path, you prefer not to get off it.
The recent global events has given us all the gift of reflection. It has inspired me to serve a totally different customer. This is my contribution to help move the world into a better place. My purpose. It excites me to think what our co-creation could spawn and I am truly excited for you.