Freelancing Means You’re Free to Fail. Utterly and Completely Free to Fail. Miserably.
Shawn Forno

Thank you. Last year, I worked 8 months to purchase the company had I worked for 17 years only to back off the sale due to shoddy issues from the seller. I failed well in this venture.

I did create my own company for last year. I pivoted and now I am only responsible for my own success. You are correct in saying that you need to celebrate the small successes. Part of all this I get to create my own commute. (A swim at the pool). I can take my laptop outside and work in my yard.

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