When the founders of the start-up decided this is what they were going to do with their lives, the level of sheer devotion to the business was inspirational to watch (sometimes), and seeing them not let anything come between them and their success was truly something to witness. People launch start-ups all the time, and most of us look at them and say “good for you” and how “proud we are” of them for doing what they want, no matter the cost and investment. I wonder…
Do we hold the same admiration for those investing the same amount of time, effort, and energy into the development of the self and their character?
As a matter of fact, why don’t people as a whole put the same effort into self-development and personal growth that they do into start-up businesses? Is it because they payoff isn't "money"? Is it because the return-on-investment doesn't return cash? Why don't we see ourselves as worthy of the same level of investment?
Invest in yourself. Invest as much as you would in a start-up, if not more.
You’re worth every little bit.
(See y’all tomorrow)