Some stuff I needed to say goodbye to
Dinner out after work
Cocktails at the weekend
Alcohol on a weekday evening
Junk food

Some stuff I needed to say goodbye to

Rewards are costly.

Some stuff I needed to say goodbye to
Dinner out after work
Cocktails at the weekend
Alcohol on a weekday evening
Junk food
Moaning and venting about things I find energy draining (still working on this)
Expecting and hoping for milestones to come faster
Money
Doing whatever I fancy outside of 9-5

Rewards are costly.

And costly endeavours can go through painful, uphill times. There will be the temptation to go back to what you've known. Just because it's there. It looks easier than what's ahead. We often think adaptability is the trademark quality to have in this scenario. But patience plays a huge factor.Β 

It's impossible to regret internal change and development. It's very unlikely you'll hit 75, 80, 92 and think, I really wish I haven't bothered pioneering. Even if it doesn't work out the way you think. It's hard to regret the exchange of knowledge and wisdom you'll gain.Β 

You'll have a crazy amount of knowledge you gained from your disruption journey.

Oh yes. Oh yes you shall.Β 

You're being primed to be an expert.

Experts have been there, done it, pushed through, lost money, lost time, got stories to tell and results. The hard graft on a chart doesn't follow a nicely angled straight line, but a slow, low, wobbly curve, that exponentially flicks up. An audience wants to know about the end bit of that tale. But it's also a struggling friend on a one to one call, who most needs to hear about the long, slow grind to get there. Becoming an overcomer and encourager are inextricably linked. πŸ’›πŸ–€

Rewards are costly.

And costly endeavours can go through painful, uphill times. There will be the temptation to go back to what you've known. Just because it's there. It looks easier than what's ahead. We often think adaptability is the trademark quality to have in this scenario. But patience plays a huge factor.Β 

It's impossible to regret internal change and development. It's very unlikely you'll hit 75, 80, 92 and think, I really wish I haven't bothered pioneering. Even if it doesn't work out the way you think. It's hard to regret the exchange of knowledge and wisdom you'll gain.Β 

You'll have a crazy amount of knowledge you gained from your disruption journey.

Oh yes. Oh yes you shall.Β 

You're being primed to be an expert.

Experts have been there, done it, pushed through, lost money, lost time, got stories to tell and results. The hard graft on a chart doesn't follow a nicely angled straight line, but a slow, low, wobbly curve, that exponentially flicks up. An audience wants to know about the end bit of that tale. But it's also a struggling friend on a one to one call, who most needs to hear about the long, slow grind to get there. Becoming an overcomer and encourager are inextricably linked. πŸ’›πŸ–€

Some stuff I needed to say goodbye to
Dinner out after work
Cocktails at the weekend
Alcohol on a weekday evening
Junk food
Moaning and venting about things I find energy draining (still working on this)
Expecting and hoping for milestones to come faster
Money
Doing whatever I fancy outside of 9-5

Rewards are costly.

And costly endeavours can go through painful, uphill times. There will be the temptation to go back to what you've known. Just because it's there. It looks easier than what's ahead. We often think adaptability is the trademark quality to have in this scenario. But patience plays a huge factor.Β 

It's impossible to regret internal change and development. It's very unlikely you'll hit 75, 80, 92 and think, I really wish I haven't bothered pioneering. Even if it doesn't work out the way you think. It's hard to regret the exchange of knowledge and wisdom you'll gain.Β 

You'll have a crazy amount of knowledge you gained from your disruption journey.

Oh yes. Oh yes you shall.Β 

You're being primed to be an expert.

Experts have been there, done it, pushed through, lost money, lost time, got stories to tell and results. The hard graft on a chart doesn't follow a nicely angled straight line, but a slow, low, wobbly curve, that exponentially flicks up. An audience wants to know about the end bit of that tale. But it's also a struggling friend on a one to one call, who most needs to hear about the long, slow grind to get there. Becoming an overcomer and encourager are inextricably linked. πŸ’›πŸ–€

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Rewards are costly.

And costly endeavours can go through painful, uphill times. There will be the temptation to go back to what you've known. Just because it's there. It looks easier than what's ahead. We often think adaptability is the trademark quality to have in this scenario. But patience plays a huge factor.Β 

It's impossible to regret internal change and development. It's very unlikely you'll hit 75, 80, 92 and think, I really wish I haven't bothered pioneering. Even if it doesn't work out the way you think. It's hard to regret the exchange of knowledge and wisdom you'll gain.Β 

You'll have a crazy amount of knowledge you gained from your disruption journey.

Oh yes. Oh yes you shall.Β 

You're being primed to be an expert.

Experts have been there, done it, pushed through, lost money, lost time, got stories to tell and results. The hard graft on a chart doesn't follow a nicely angled straight line, but a slow, low, wobbly curve, that exponentially flicks up. An audience wants to know about the end bit of that tale. But it's also a struggling friend on a one to one call, who most needs to hear about the long, slow grind to get there. Becoming an overcomer and encourager are inextricably linked. πŸ’›πŸ–€

Some stuff I needed to say goodbye to

Rewards are costly.

Rewards are costly.

And costly endeavours can go through painful, uphill times. There will be the temptation to go back to what you've known. Just because it's there. It looks easier than what's ahead. We often think adaptability is the trademark quality to have in this scenario. But patience plays a huge factor.Β 

It's impossible to regret internal change and development. It's very unlikely you'll hit 75, 80, 92 and think, I really wish I haven't bothered pioneering. Even if it doesn't work out the way you think. It's hard to regret the exchange of knowledge and wisdom you'll gain.Β 

You'll have a crazy amount of knowledge you gained from your disruption journey.

Oh yes. Oh yes you shall.Β 

You're being primed to be an expert.

Experts have been there, done it, pushed through, lost money, lost time, got stories to tell and results. The hard graft on a chart doesn't follow a nicely angled straight line, but a slow, low, wobbly curve, that exponentially flicks up. An audience wants to know about the end bit of that tale. But it's also a struggling friend on a one to one call, who most needs to hear about the long, slow grind to get there. Becoming an overcomer and encourager are inextricably linked. πŸ’›πŸ–€

Rewards are costly.

And costly endeavours can go through painful, uphill times. There will be the temptation to go back to what you've known. Just because it's there. It looks easier than what's ahead. We often think adaptability is the trademark quality to have in this scenario. But patience plays a huge factor.Β 

It's impossible to regret internal change and development. It's very unlikely you'll hit 75, 80, 92 and think, I really wish I haven't bothered pioneering. Even if it doesn't work out the way you think. It's hard to regret the exchange of knowledge and wisdom you'll gain.Β 

You'll have a crazy amount of knowledge you gained from your disruption journey.

Oh yes. Oh yes you shall.Β 

You're being primed to be an expert.

Experts have been there, done it, pushed through, lost money, lost time, got stories to tell and results. The hard graft on a chart doesn't follow a nicely angled straight line, but a slow, low, wobbly curve, that exponentially flicks up. An audience wants to know about the end bit of that tale. But it's also a struggling friend on a one to one call, who most needs to hear about the long, slow grind to get there. Becoming an overcomer and encourager are inextricably linked. πŸ’›πŸ–€

Some stuff I needed to say goodbye to
Dinner out after work
Cocktails at the weekend
Alcohol on a weekday evening
Junk food
Moaning and venting about things I find energy draining (still working on this)
Expecting and hoping for milestones to come faster
Money
Doing whatever I fancy outside of 9-5

Some stuff I needed to say goodbye to

Rewards are costly.

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Rewards are costly.

And costly endeavours can go through painful, uphill times. There will be the temptation to go back to what you've known. Just because it's there. It looks easier than what's ahead. We often think adaptability is the trademark quality to have in this scenario. But patience plays a huge factor.Β 

It's impossible to regret internal change and development. It's very unlikely you'll hit 75, 80, 92 and think, I really wish I haven't bothered pioneering. Even if it doesn't work out the way you think. It's hard to regret the exchange of knowledge and wisdom you'll gain.Β 

You'll have a crazy amount of knowledge you gained from your disruption journey.

Oh yes. Oh yes you shall.Β 

You're being primed to be an expert.

Experts have been there, done it, pushed through, lost money, lost time, got stories to tell and results. The hard graft on a chart doesn't follow a nicely angled straight line, but a slow, low, wobbly curve, that exponentially flicks up. An audience wants to know about the end bit of that tale. But it's also a struggling friend on a one to one call, who most needs to hear about the long, slow grind to get there. Becoming an overcomer and encourager are inextricably linked. πŸ’›πŸ–€

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Rewards are costly.

And costly endeavours can go through painful, uphill times. There will be the temptation to go back to what you've known. Just because it's there. It looks easier than what's ahead. We often think adaptability is the trademark quality to have in this scenario. But patience plays a huge factor.Β 

It's impossible to regret internal change and development. It's very unlikely you'll hit 75, 80, 92 and think, I really wish I haven't bothered pioneering. Even if it doesn't work out the way you think. It's hard to regret the exchange of knowledge and wisdom you'll gain.Β 

You'll have a crazy amount of knowledge you gained from your disruption journey.

Oh yes. Oh yes you shall.Β 

You're being primed to be an expert.

Experts have been there, done it, pushed through, lost money, lost time, got stories to tell and results. The hard graft on a chart doesn't follow a nicely angled straight line, but a slow, low, wobbly curve, that exponentially flicks up. An audience wants to know about the end bit of that tale. But it's also a struggling friend on a one to one call, who most needs to hear about the long, slow grind to get there. Becoming an overcomer and encourager are inextricably linked. πŸ’›πŸ–€

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