I actually achieved my dream of moving to Colorado, working for myself and snowboarding whenever I want... but nothing is perfect!
There's never a GOOD time to make a change, which is why waiting is useless. You need to start, even if you're not "ready."
Here are a few things that happened during my first quarter as a freelancer that I completely didn't expect.
With the help of a 90-day plan, I put my head down to develop my business and work on saving money for my move out west.
Here's the truth: getting a raise doesn't make you like your boring job more. But if you change your perspective on your career, opportunities to switch to something you really love will appear everywhere.
Spending time reaching out to people I didn't know via email was the most productive thing I did all year. This post breaks down why.
These are the six steps I take to email and connect with other bloggers, influencers, authors and CEOs.
The idea of choosing a career path is incredibly limiting when you have no idea what to do. So I'm just not choosing one. Instead, I'm following my gut.
Learning something new requires work, but you're in control of what you learn and how much time you put in. No one is grading you. That's the beauty of doing something for yourself.
Being happy at your job should be a priority.