Three years ago I was unhappy, stressed, and completely burnt out. I was working 18 hour days between my day job and contracting work. When I did have time for sleep, I had to combat insomnia. My personal relationships suffered and I was exhausted by life. So I made a decision I thought I’d never make: I quit my job to work for myself. What followed became an amazing and educational journey. I learned how to use fear of the unknown instead of being paralyzed by it. I made myself vulnerable which taught me how to ask for help. I realized what freedom meant. Most importantly I had an epiphany about what work should be.
If your slide ends in a smiley-face, I like you more. <3 @ashedryden— ELLIOTTCABLE (@ELLIOTTCABLE) September 28, 2013
"We are so privileged: we are the one industry that complains about people emailing us because they want to hire us." @ashedryden— Brock Boland (@Brock) September 28, 2013
@ashedryden The book that I referenced is Antifragile: things that gain from disorder by Nassim Taleb— PJ Caraher (@pjcaraher) September 28, 2013