I really appreciate you sharing your experiences as an entrepreneur, and your wins and challenges too! I appreciate your authenticity.
I had several ah-ha moments during our time together, but I was moved when you shared how you became really comfortable, and was in your comfort zone while you were working for the other construction company, but God allowed a situation to come up that would make you uncomfortable in staying in the current position that would push and propel you forward so you would get into action about truly stepping into your calling as an entrepreneur. Your experience really resonates with me because I'm currently working through a similar situation.
And this situation has really put me into action about achieving my goal. I know it's within my reach, and as long as I pray and stay focused, consistent, and execute the necessary action steps, I will achieve it too. I have multiple action items that I'm currently working on now, to achieve the contractor's edge, and I'm very optimistic about the results that my action and prayer will yield.
What really stuck with is your sharing on not letting others define success for you, and don't compare yourself to others. As entrepreneurs we are at different stages in our business. My thoughts and ideas may be totally different from the way you define success, and it's totally okay. At the end of the day we have to define what success looks like for ourselves.
- Cynthia Lewis