Saturday, July 2, 2016

Working for Social Cap


My new professional life is in full swing.  I am so so grateful to start every day brewing a cup of fab and fierceness, getting into the office (across from my bedroom), checking the list made the end of day before for organized reference on a new morning, and grinding on multiple projects because if I or Hunter doesn't who's going to do it??? Life of a small business owner and I wouldn't change it for a minute!

We are growing and sorting what works, what can use improvement, we hustle and flow.  It's the stuff dreams are made of honestly.  I don't take it for granted and recognize that I've been working towards this my entire working career and for that I am so appreciative.

This far in my life, my professional background is in hospitality, higher education, editorial journalism, and corporate communications.  I value these experiences and industries tremendously but I gotta say, I will work 80 hours a week for ourselves instead of 40 for another.  Gladly.  I'm still doing so much of what I've been doing for others and their vision but now it's for my own clients and my own brand.

Let me be clear, working for myself is no easy fest.  There is stress and anxiety and all that, but my lord, it is a different kind. It's a better kind, the kind I imagine you should have as an entrepreneur and as a person.  My biggest thing is to stay focused and as long as my excitement outweighs my fear I'll sleep well.

Ok, well that's enough here. Got to get back to there.

Talk soon, stay creative,
Megan

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