The Second Day

I am filled with anxiety. I didn’t sleep that well, and I woke up seeing only the seemingly insurmountable obstacles of the job.

Obviously, this comes from my confidence being shaky. I have never broken a bone, but I feel like this is how is must feel to have your cast taken off, and to have to walk again for the first time on your newly healed, but not yet steady leg.

I have to just go in and do my best, accomplish a few small things for today. I have to remember, always, that this is not something that will happen overnight. Building a business takes time, patience and strategy, as well as luck.

Wish me some luck today!


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