A New Direction
I tried so hard to make it work, but I just sucked.
I sucked at working for other people. If my boss was incompetent, something in my cells pushed me to dominate, to take over.
Do that enough times as a woman to a man and you’re bound for trouble . . .
I just wanted to be busy, really. And I think that was a big part of the problem.
If I stayed busy, I didn’t go crazy. If I didn’t give myself enough time to process things, they just never fazed me.
So, I quit.
I quit being in the position I’m tired of being in over and over and over again. I was done letting others dictate what made my business my business. So, I gave it to them. It’s theirs now.
Now I’m going to do what I want to.
If I fail, oops. I’ll get back up and do what I want to, all over again.
Because there is someone out there who wants what I have to offer. And wants it the way I want to deliver it.
Now all I have to do is find them . . .
. . . to be continued.
I’m Sara Eatherton-Goff, a non-fiction and fiction writer, visual artist, and entrepreneur mom-person currently writing on Medium and other publications. Check out some of my collective works on my website, and join my Creative Community for a weekly update, story share, and more.
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