“I want to believe I can have a company called Chantiluke Enterprises…Could I really do that? Do I have the skills? You know what, I immediately thought ‘That’s figureoutable.’ But I feel like I’m unqualified. What have I done?”
Now that you’ve read straight from my journal, I think we’re officially soul-sisters.
That minor freak out happened on November 28, 2017.
One month before I officially started my own business. One month before I uttered, with half a mouthful of mac and cheese, out loud to my closest friends that I was going to start my own coaching business.
Two years after s.t.r.u.g.g.l.i.n.g. to love working as a data analyst in education; doing work that was “important” and “smart” but never work that I truly enjoyed.
Yes, I finally decided to start my own business. Which sounds sexy, exciting, invigorating. Except it was not.
The first 6 months, I asked myself, “Could I really do this?!” every 15 minutes, every day.
Maybe you’ve come across this page because you’ve been asking yourself that same question.