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If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine...it’s lethal.
Ever feel like you’re hanging on to life by the seat of your pants?
Having quit my job and moved half way around the world to set up life in one of the most popular ski resorts on the planet and then recently set up my own small business, you’d think I’d have grown used to periods of massive change in my life. Nope. I’ve spoken to other entrepreneurs and travellers and it seems that a feeling of “imposter syndrome” never really leaves you. But today I found myself asking if that’s a bad thing? For every moment that I feel overwhelmed, scared, tired and out of my comfort zone there are 10 moments of pride, accomplishment and knowing that I’m in the right place doing the right thing. There is a quote I think perfectly describes how the process of a massive life shift feels “Change is hard in the beginning, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end”. Keep on changing, never stand still. And hit me up with any questions about being self-employed and then starting your own business. I’ve made enough mistakes for both of us and I’d love to share them with you.
From official office to kitchen table. Although I do have a home office, which is going to be epic, for now until I get it better organized, this is my work space. I would say this is where the “magic happens” and that might be true next week. For now, it’s where I breath and think and organize my next steps. And, seriously, it’s close the the break room, aka the kitchen. Which is good. Raise your 🤚 if you work from your kitchen table. #officespace#workfromhome#transitioning