I had no way to get there really. I had a bicycle. There were no buses running from where I lived in Blue Diamond to downtown. So I rod my bike. 25 miles each way.
My first night ended at about 10:30pm and I rode back home to the house I was being evicted from to my two dogs and 3 cats with tears in my eyes because I was elated I hadn’t been hit by a drunk driver.
I met a host of millionaire network marketing gu-rus. I felt like the oddball. I still do.
Parallel now to then and I can tell you things haven’t changed too much. I’m not rich, I’m not a 6 figure earner, and I’m not collaborating with multi-millionaires. I”m not an inspiration because I haven’t ‘made it’, but I guess to some I may be inspiring to think I’ve lived for the last 2.5+ years in cars, on beaches and in cockpits of boats just to make this happen. Whatever this is.
I have developed my own product and I’m working steadfast every day to create content that’s valuable and liked by many, and many many more.
I continue my education daily. Working on my blog, daily. Writing daily. And believing daily. I am paving my own road because I don’t have one to follow, and all I can tell you is that I’ve learned a lot. About myself, what others expect, what I should be, and how I can be better.
I can’t say it’s been hard and if I’d known what I had to do in the last 2.5+ years to get to where I am I don’t know if I would say I’d do it again. But, my mood changes depending on how well things go that day. Call it bi-polar, mental masturbation, call it whatever you want but until you decide you want to be an entrepreneur and commit to it you’ll always be wondering if you should have taken that leap of faith and believed in yourself just long enough to make it happen.
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