I wanted so bad to become great.
I wanted to do whatever it took to be proud of what I had accomplished in 5 years, 10 years and so on. I know what it’s like to be broke, feel like you’re not accelerating as quickly as you’d like. I know what it’s like to feel stuck and stagnant.
I was behind the chair for about 2 years and I can remember 5:30 am drives to complimentary classes that had a 2 hour drive time each way on my off days.
I can remember getting in my car pissed at myself for signing up for a beginner color class for the 6th time in a row, when I knew the color line forwards and backwards. I would say to myself, “Why in the hells did you sign up for this!?!? You’ve already taken it 5 times!! And you have to be in the car for 4 hours today!! You can teach this class by now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Each time I would walk through the door, the educator (who I developed a great relationship with) would look at me like I had 3 heads. “Heather, what are you doing here? You’ve taken this class a few times haven’t you?"
Those 5:30 am “off days” were the secret to my sauce. Looking back, I can see those were the times that enabled me to become distinguished. Getting technical education so my craft was sharp, mental education so my perspective was always in check, and business education so I knew how to make money-- all of it, I owe my career to now.
Though investing your time, money and energy into your career, and then IMPLEMENTING what you learned, you’ll get to that sweet, sweet land of the good good. I promise.
We’ve got some of this exact education I’m speaking of coming your way really soon...just like me, you won't regret it.
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