Do get so caught up in the day to day demands of life that you forget to live your life.
(This is a picture of my husband trying to catch minnows for our children last summer.)
We so often want to make our children’s lives easier, but that’s not always what’s best for them. By challenging them, we make them stronger.
It took my son three years to finally get the courage to climb the entire way to the top of this climbing wall. Each year he would climb a little higher and fueled his desire to master this climbing wall. When he finally made it, he had a HUGE sense of accomplishment!
(This is part 3 of a 3 part series.)
In Part 1 of this series, I outlined three different options available when you take the Entrepreneurial Leap. The first one I describe is to pursue your passion. This option works well if you have 18 to 24 months to make the transition from employee to Naptime CEO. This option also assumes that you’re making some type of transition from what you are currently doing to what you plan to do in your newly launched business.
Here are the major steps you need to take to Pursue Your Passion. Continue reading
Remember when you were a kid and loved to dress up?