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The number one question I’m asked a lot when people hear about my success is how to master work-life balance. I always tell them that I don’t have any.
Everything is the most important thing in the world to me. Is it a contradiction?
Maybe, but it’s true. I love my kids to death. I love my self-expression. I love to learn. I am who I am because of all these things.
They are inseparable, right there at a cellular level. People also ask how I keep moving forward despite setbacks.
Over time, when we master ourselves, we learn that it’s okay to fail. We’ve done it all before, and a particular situation usually has little that is not contained in our past, in some form.
Caesar said, “I came, I saw, I conquered.” His ability to do so was firmly rooted in past victories. You’ve got one too, and don’t you forget it! I have learned that crying and fussing lead to little but needing to ask God’s forgiveness. My spiritual benefactor gives me only what I can handle and the strength to do much more.
I have become wiser in knowing there are some things that I just don’t need. For example, the father of my son disrespecting me by cussing and calling me out of my name at every chance he gets. I had a solution for that, stop answering him! I am in charge.
Here is a list of my formal qualifications, which will help me better assist you. I hold an Associate of Arts degree with emphasis in Early Childhood Education, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology, and a Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Healthcare Management.
I’m still in school even after all that! I haven’t always been a star student in school, but when the race is over nobody cares what you did on the way to the finish line. Just make it.
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