I got this habit of jumping into deep water, knowing I can't swim. In reality, yes I can swim, quite well in fact, but that's not the point. The point is when it comes down to making hard decisions, I try not to let my fears or negitivity influence my decisions. Even if I have virtually no idea what the outcome may be, at the end of the day I trust that I'll figure it out. For example when I started my business, I literally had no idea how things would pan out. I mean obviously I did some research, and at the end of the day felt like I could make it work, but the truth is, I had absolutely no idea what I was in for. Up until that point I had never made a decal. So how was I to assume i'd figure it out, much less make a business out of it? See here's the secret. Passion.
Now you're probably asking yourself, how can you be passionate about something you've never done before? Well it's like this. I'm a passionate person in general. That being said, whatever I get into, it's 110%. I want to be doing what I'm doing, not just because I have to, but because I want to. I knew I could make money in this business, and I did. Of course I made every mistake one could possibly make, but the point is I figured it out. Nobody is born to do anything. However we are born with the ability to dream. The ability to see ourselfs doing something we've never done before. My kid has never ridden a 2 wheel bicycle, but guess what, there will come a time she'll want to. She'll get on, she'll fall, cry, get up and keep doing it until she figures it out. It's this type of menality I try to hold on to because it's really that simple. Now maintaining that passion, well that's a whole new can of worms.
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