I have a confession to make.
I’ve spent the last two months questioning my business: Why am I doing this? What value am I bringing my clients? Where do I want to go from here?
I’ve gotten rather intimate with these thoughts in my head. Sometimes, I struggled to find any answers at all. Those were the days the self-doubt came creeping in. The days I questioned my worth, my direction, my ability to reach my goals.
Some days, I found myself lacking motivation. I was just going through the motions, hitting deadlines, checking items off the to-do list. But my heart wasn’t in it. And this was scary to me.
You see: I’m a builder. A creator. I love watching a new client website or email campaign come to life. I love getting my hands dirty, digging in to an entrepreneur’s story and helping them recognize how far they’ve come, and what it took for them to get to where they are now. I love helping them connect the dots, showing them how every step along the way served its purpose.
And as I continued to peel back the layers on other people’s stories, I forgot to appreciate my own.