How many times do we see and hear ‘I hate my job’?
How many of your friends or family are unhappy doing what they’re doing? When they’re chained to a 9-5 and tell you ‘I hate my job’? Trudging through the week to earn money to pay a car that we need to go to work in? I hated that ‘hamster wheel’.
I remember it well … 5 years ago I made the decision to quit and no longer have to say ‘I hate my job’! I’d been building online businesses since 2009 but could never go ‘all in’. I thought that I had to endure something that I disliked intensely, to get to a point where I thought I should be. Well enough was enough! I perhaps didn’t think so at the time but best decision ever!
I’m not saying that everyone who says ‘I hate my job’ on a regular basis should quit a stable income, no quite the opposite. I’m saying that you should get started with YOUR online business so that you have an exit strategy in the near future.
My friends ask me what I think they should do as an online business
They say that they’re sick of what they’re doing and need to ‘get out’. They feel apprehensive because they’ve only ever done this ‘one thing’ all their life. I say, so what, you can make money online out of just about any passion. As long as you can solve a problem for someone, and you’re passionate about that subject, then you know you’re on the right track.
It’s our own responsibility to make ourselves happy and to have the life we want. This is possible. I believe that there is no ceiling on earnings for any of us and that no woman should be long term reliant on anyone but herself. We are all capable, we all have it in us and it’s within our grasp. We need to start where we’re at, with what we’ve got and anything is achievable.
Is it easy? oh no, and any of the ‘guru’s’ out there that say ‘buy my course and I’ll show you the money’ statement are not being entirely truthful. But will it be worth it? Hell yes, which is why it’s important to choose a topic that you’re passionate about because when things do get a little tough, you still have the desire to push through and overcome the hiccups. When this happens, I remember my ‘why’, the reason why I do what I do and what I want to achieve. This fires me back up to ‘kick on’.
When you feel sick because it’s Monday tomorrow
Imagine the feeling on a Sunday when no longer does your stomach churn as you prepare for Monday morning. Imagine not having to endure the week, longing for the weekend again. Dreaming on your every commute? no longer necessary! That’s not living, it’s existing and when you have a job that you love, earning money from something that you believe in, believe me, there’s no better feeling.
I often ask ‘what day is it’? to my friends and family, because i’ve been immersed in a project and time has flown by. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not always unicorns and rainbows but I no longer say ‘I hate my job’ and for that I’m truly grateful.
So if you want to get started, ‘grab the bull by the horns’ today, and download my free guide below in the box.
Here are a few things you can ask yourself …
- What are you super passionate about?
- Which topics do you know about or have studied?
- Have you achieved any accolades? (no worries if not)
- Which topics are you really interested in and would love to study more?
- What would you do on a perfect day?
- What is your ‘Why’ in life. Why do you want to do it?
Write down any answers that come up for any of those questions. You don’t have to be an expert on the subject, you just have to be able to teach someone who knows less than you, that wants answers. As long as you are willing to throw yourself into that subject, you can gain more experience and learn as you go. No you’re not a fraud, it’s your duty to help those that need it, especially when you have answers or solutions.
‘I know for a fact that if you’re not getting that feeling of passion, where you get completely lost in your work and you’re excited to jump out of bed every morning, so you can start another day of the life you love, you’re not doing what you’re meant to do’ ~ James Wedmore.
The question is, ‘How bad do you want it?’ …