Your Fear is Your Biggest Fear

There are so many things we want to do, and goals we want to achieve in this life.  So how do we do what we love, but also bring in the income that is necessary for our needs, as well as to not to work way more than we should?  I’ve experienced ups and downs, and I can promise you that there’s a lot of things you need to do, but you also need to think of the circle that comes with it.  If I pursue my calling with discipline, intentionality, the chance of my worst case scenarios will most likely not going to happen.  On the other hand, I think some of the goals mean I need to give up another goal.  For example, if my most important goal is to have my husband to support me, and he wants me to focus on our home more than work, than that means I need to meet his expectation in order for me to have his full support.  And it’s not a bad thing as the provider of the home to want me to be home.  That being said, I might not be able to bring in the income that we need because I might need to spend more time to work in order for us to reach that goal.  Does that means I also need to work more in order to reach my goal?  Definitely not.  Let’s go back to the circle, and here’s what the circle is about.  If I can attract the right client that value my work and what I do, along with my price for the service that I offer, I will be able to meet the financial needs of what we want as a family, and I will also have my husband’s full support, and that comes around also makes me a better entrepreneur, and to serve my clients better.  And what’s going to come back?  To have the ideal clients.  What I’m really saying is, stick with your goals, and stick with your plans, work hard, and put your priority straight and it will come to you.