Entrepreneur to Employee: My Awkward/Exciting/Challenging Transition Back
Gwen Elliot

I admire you for getting real and for sharing the true nature, the ebbs and the flows, of pursuing what feels right and honest to our hearts. I’ve always been in awe of your hustle but I’m also glad to know that, like I did, you realized that you can’t always be in a state of achieving, especially when it’s work you don’t really want anymore. It sounds like the new gig is an absolutely perfect medium for your creative and entrepreneurial mindset to run in wide open fields. I’m so glad to hear you found something that offers you the best state of ease and flow and happiness for you right now! Thanks again for sharing, and I have a strong feeling this move back to employee land is going to somehow make you shine even brighter. Xo

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