The relentless, results-or-else pace of client expectations makes it easy to neglect your own professional aspirations; you’re too focused on securing opportunities for others to think about your own goals for too long.
And yet, much like letting your inbox decide daily priorities, falling into the trap of only responding to what others need from you — versus showing up for yourself first — means playing second fiddle to your to-do list, forever.
Let that sink in for a minute. Ouch.
Things are never going to change, unless you change them.
Now, this hustle mentality isn't your fault - we are neither taught nor encouraged to prioritize our own self-promotion, care and professional development beyond that which directly benefits the client (or the company we work for).
but it's time to get back in the driver's seat and connect to your vision and your possibility.
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If you can’t shake the feeling that there is simply more out there for you opportunity and income-wise…