It's ok to not know. It’s ok to not know what your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose is It’s ok to not know if you should stay or leave your 9-5 job It’s ok to not know what the future has in store for you AND It's also ok to only know what you don’t want...
You don't want to keep feeling unfulfilled You don't want to keep feeling exhausted You don't want to keep feeling unclear Not only is it ok, it’s normal. We put A LOT of pressure on KNOWING EVERYTHING RIGHT NOW. It makes me think back to college where at the age of 18 you are expected to declare your major. At 18 being expected to know what you're going to do 3-4 years later as a job . . . yikes, that is a heck of a lot of pressure to put on a teenager who hasn’t even lived a quarter of his/her life yet. I didn’t know I was meant to do this work until I was in my 30s and even then it took a number of years to feel really truly solid and know in my heart I was on my path. The women I work with range anywhere from their 20s to their 60s which proves the point that you don’t need to KNOW exactly all of the answers right now or at a certain age. You just need to know you feel drawn to successful self-employment and having a 9-5 doesn't feel like a match for you. When you have support in place and are surrounded by a community of High-Level and Highly Motivated like-minded Women on the same journey you are, the rest will take care of itself. You have my word on this. Seeing you Successfully Self-Employed, Jen PS: Speaking of community, Non-Nine-to-Five member Regina just shared some beautiful celebrations of her recent successes in our Online Community Forum. Check them out:
I followed up with a lead and she registered into my 6 week program.
My 1-1 coaching session with Jen supported me to move a deeply embedded resistance to reaching out to people and share about my Non-Nine-to-Five business. As a result, I am taking the actions steps needed with comfort and with ease.
I am open, willing, and committed to my business by doing what it takes to be the High-Level Woman I am by coming to the forum, using both the group and 1-1 coaching tools and support provided. It is my stand to remain an entrepreneur because I know that I am not committed to go back to a 9-5 day job.