July 15, 2022•238 words
Thinking about how to make money stresses me out. It stifles my excitement about the idea I have. I then ask myself, "Can I just do what I want to do without having to think about money? Is this even a legit or realistic question?"
I have known and worked with/for people who get excited about any opportunity to make money. They seems to be quite embitious when it comes to obtaining money. I don't know if we are wired differently.
Why am I feeling this way? I think I am not used to selling things. The idea of me selling something to someone would scare me or get me very anxious. I don't like the game people play in business talk. I also I don't like competition.
Partly, the reason I feel this way is because I might be thinking too much about it, what I am going to do. I am not in the present.
How about just set goals and timeline of what I want strategically achieve next year without worrying about whether or not I am going to make it, if I am going to be ready, if the idea is going to work, if I am going to make enough money to survive... Then just in the now. Do what I have to do with all my best. Then whatever is going to happen will.
What would be an ideal life for me?