This was the thought going my head 2 years ago after just leaving my business and removing my self from the route
my business partner was taking.
It was a struggle at first let me tell you.
I had to take some time and reevaluate how I was spending my time.
I had run myself into the ground from being stupid and trying to grind 24/7.
I felt weak, didn't have a lick of energy left, I was drinking coffee and energy drinks like they were going out of style.
It was about a month after I left when I tore my bicep tendon during a training session and I had to go into to surgery two days later.
I was not feeling the personal training or business lifestyle at that point for sure.
But something inside told me to keep going.
I got back on my feet, sling and all and kept focusing on coaching and making sure I show up to the best of my abilities.
But I wouldn't be where I am right now without the support of my family, some amazing friends and mentors to help me turn everything around.
They pushed me to keep following my passion and to learn from past failures.
We all fail, but more importantly, it taught me what not to do and provided me with some harsh lessons on how to overcome big challenges.
Now here I am, back on my feet and with the help of my family, friends and my mentors and my iron will (LOL), I am growing my business, my dream, and my future.
The way I should have done it years ago but was too blind at the time see.
So cheers to failing forward and never give up on your dream.