All the skills and experience gained throughout our personal and professional journey are always there to be transferred into our next phase. I am always under the belief that nothing we ever learn or experience, or encounter is ever wasted. Throughout my journey, helping other people in their Journeys, I believe that we are all destined to be on this journey throughout life. Our job is to act, beat our fears step out of our comfort zones so that we can start connecting the dots backward towards our ultimate vision journey and purpose of Our Lives. We all have come to this life to leave a legacy and to leave an impact behind. It’s not enough to just show up for work without interest and leave this planet without an impact that only we can make by discovering our natural abilities and talents.
I have learned that the entrepreneurship journey has been the most fulfilling so far. Entrepreneurship has tested many of my limiting beliefs and fears and helped me discover and continue to help me discover the best version of myself. As we expand into our entrepreneurship Journey, we all, by default, learn and evolve along the way and find our inner potential. As we are developing, we can help other people do so as well.
I also remember throughout my learning experience in school, mainly in high school and college, I always enjoyed the tactical side of my learning. I remember that it was hard for me to read theories unless I started to break them down to apply them in my own life. I was always so fascinated by this, and I remember that everyone at work or family always came to me for my problem-solving abilities.
I always felt that I wanted to be efficient in everything I learned. I tried to help myself and my family put it into practice to achieve the results they were looking for. I believe that to be a good entrepreneur, you must be an excellent problem solver. I can now see how those early experiences of my educational journey have helped shape the character and the skills that I use in my own business today.
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