Tough Decisions/ Not giving up
I don’t know if you remember, but I had a $3000 bill that I had to settle for March 31st and the first week of April. It was a crowdfunding campaign manager. They were supposed to essentially help us reach our crowdfunding goals. So this is what happened: I had so much anxiety trying to focus on paying them that the quality of my campaign had begun to suffer. I began to believe that if I didn’t have him my business would fail. I was essentially putting my success in the hands of another person. So I had to step back for second and re-assess. Do I believe enough in myself? Do I not believe in the mission? Do I not believe that Together We Made can work? The answers were no, no and heck no! So I made a tough decision, the thing that was giving me stress I got rid of it. I decided to part ways with the campaign manager and do this on my own. God and I, besides his outcomes, are going to be way better than anything I or anyone else can do.
It was like suddenly, the clouds came out and I had peace, and then emails begun to pour in. (I wish I was making this up) People have been asking me to speak about my campaign, and to be a panelist for social entrepreneurship talks and workshops. This is it, this is exactly what I have been looking for opportunities to promote my campaign to a larger audience. If you put your trust in the abilities of men your outcomes will be limited, but if you put your trust in something greater than you the outcomes are limitless.