Is a sad thing … or is it?
Honestly, we’ll leave that up to your perspective, but here's my opinion.
I’ve grown to understand that spending majority of my hours working towards the next level of achievements, whether they pertains to finances, health, or intellect, has been beneficial. I’ve been criticized for placing myself in “financially risky situations,” however; my work ethic and drive have allowed me to reap numerous benefits. Not just that, I’ve surpassed various expectations, including my own.
Trust me, I’ve faced a lot of adversity, from friends and family. Some have told me that I’m crazy for wanting to accomplish some of my goals.
I’m not comfortable with complacency, so I place myself in very, very, uncomfortable positions.
…Yea, I’ll vent from time to time.
…Yep, I’ll be near the brink of failure from time to time.
…And yeaaaaAUUUP, I do sacrifice a HUGE load of time that I could spend with my huge network of lovely peeps. Moreover, I barely see my loved ones.
Anyone can be busy; productivity is what provides results.
For the entrepreneur…Don’t give up on your dreams. Remember that building a foundation for anything takes time, sacrifice, upsets, debate, change, decisions and the lack of immediate return. Believe me when I tell you, once you’ve created a solid foundation, everything else just begins to (slowly but surely) fall into place. Money will begin to roll in as well.
A huge chunk of the human populous is incapable of maintaining the patience, work ethic and drive, to make their dreams a reality. If that's what you like...so be it.
For those of you who prefer to make your dreams a reality...
- Julio Caezar