Do you know how frequently, from the start of your day, you began thinking about what you need to accomplish for others? You're thinking about family obligations, work obligations, friend obligations, while self obligations are pushed to the furthest part of your mind.
Today, push yourself to the front of the line. It isn't selfish to evaluate ones own needs first. Corrine Dobbas posted a good article on the importance of self care (https://corinnedobbas.com/the-importance-of-self-care-and-putting-your-own-needs-first-it-doesnt-make-you-a-bad-person/).
You may find it a little shocking how much you can do for others when you're taken care of first!
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Pursuing the act of creating wealth or at the least a steady income from your gifts and talents can be a daunting task. You first have to convince yourself that you're capable of succeeding and then follow through on all of the necessary steps in order to achieve it. It sounds straight forward, but my friends it can be a rocky road.
As we travel along the path of entrepreneurship, understand that there will be some hard times. Some doors may be closed today but opened tomorrow. You may get a no today but a yes on tomorrow. The key between accessing the opened door and the yes is consistency. When you go after what you were called to do, there is no such thing as failing. Failing only comes when you don't even try.