Maybe the Problem is How You Define “Revenue”
Ben Noble

There are days when this is amazing advice to me and I feel empowered! I even love the saying, “Treat failure like a scientist.”

Then there are days when this just seems… out of touch.

Something holding me back is the expectation of having to pay for things with money, like rent, car, insurance, food. I don’t want to define revenue or success by finances… so when my landlord starts accepting compliments and exposure as payment, it might be easier to not think about the money side of living my dream. I’d love to have more wiggle room to relish in my failures, learning and evolving, instead of maxing out my credit card so my car isn’t repossessed.

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