Today, I talked with three entrepreneur friends. Two of them never have to work a day again in their life. The other is struggling financially and going through major challenges.
While seemingly opposites, I saw a commonality. Each was in a position of being forced to look inside and think about who they were and how they wanted to show up in the world.
Hitting bottom forces us to reexamine ourselves and remove limiting beliefs that are holding us down.
Hitting top forces us to look for a life purpose larger than money, proving oneself, and survival.
That’s what I love about life. There’s always something to learn.
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