Sometimes adversity come into your life at the right time.
Sometimes adversity come into your life at the right time. And it sparks something bright and beautiful inside you.
I'm going through that right now.
In February, I had a realization.
A big one. A really big, unshakeable, undeniable one.
The work I was doing didn't feed me. It drained me.
I came down with severe vertigo as the result of an asymptomatic viral ear infection.
Imagine having the worst drunk spins of your absolute life - except 24/7, for 2 weeks straight, while sober.
It was awful. But it woke me up.
I was burned out. I needed to make a change. To get back to the work that feeds my soul and my heart.
The work that feels like I'm making a difference in people's lives
Instead of the work that just helps some company make a little more money without having to do the work themselves.
And then this pandemic happened.
I've been investing in this pivot...
Focused on how I can help ambitious business professionals and entrepreneurs sharpen their direction, drive toward their goals, and build the networks and connections they need to reach that next level.
And it's working.
I feel more energized than ever.
Folks, I know things are hard and scary.
But you can do this.
And get to work.