This time last year I was sharing some of the ‘fun’ things and the entrepreneurial life has given me:
Countryside rides with DucatiBAE…
Afternoons working by the beach…
Out to sea on the jet ski….
Fucking around playing on big toys…
(I Just wanted to see what people’s reaction was)
I shared this on a webinar back, and I’m very mindful to do this:
WHAT I DO NOW ISNT WHAT GOT ME TO WHERE I AM
What I teach?
Is what I did to get to the point in time now
But people tend to think that once you have made it (whatever the fuck that is) that life is a piece of piss
Far from it
Don’t get me wrong the benefits outweigh (for me) the negatives
But people don’t realise what goes into make a business successful
How much you have to sacrifice
What you lose on the way
The sheer amount of people that rely on you and pressure you are under every day
Totally worth it
But very few tell the real story
I’m fucking sick to the back teeth of the ease and flow fucktards who don’t seem to grasp that to build a business of substance takes (this is factoring in that your product/service is good/ethical/needed etc)
As my mentor Dexter has said to me before you cant cheat time and it’s on the side of those who stay the course
At the beginning?
Frustrating as fuck
And when your in a hole (we have all been there) and YOU NEED TO GET THE £££ RIGHT NOW, it’s tempting to cut corners or rob Peter to pay Paul
Ultimately a choice that’s yours to make, but having done that in my earlier career it fucks you up long time
You have finite energy, time and £
YOU CANNOT HAVE ALL THE THINGS….
Anyone who tries to convey that a business (or life) of merit doesn’t require in part sacrifice?
Is talking shite
The ones that say now that it’s all ease and flow and whatever nonsensical shite most of the time WORKED THEIR FUCKING ASSES OFF FOR YEARS
Now for them?
Course it’s fucking easy; with big lists and books and social proof it’s dead easy to sell that fluff
Ain’t real life though
Don’t get me wrong the whole enterpreneurial world is batshit and amazing and brutal and 100% worth it
But if you want the life?
You got pay the price
And that’s up to you if you can or want to afford it
– back to 2019 –