If you’re on a team that does work that matters, you’ve experienced these.
The entrepreneurial deserts:
- Slower sales periods, because you refuse to settle. Because you decided not to cash-out on the gullible and selfish, instead electing to educate and serve.
- Unlucky periods, because you refuse to just ‘wing it’. Because you decided to build your work on discipline, not bouts of luck. You left luck behind.
- The heavy periods, because you refuse to say, “not my problem.” Because you make it your moral responsibility to serve at a deeper level, take ownership of your mistakes, and ensure those in your care are well looked after.
Peaks would bring us no joy had we not first experienced valleys.
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