Even though it is far too early to count any chickens, or even any eggs for that matter, I'm very excited to have completed my first two sessions within the financial coaching and literacy course I'm developing. I have loved personal finance for most of my adult life, yet never considered building it into a service that I could provide others. But the idea kept coming up in my mind this past year, and recognizing that I, unfortunately, have a tendency to talk about ideas without ever actually putting them into action, I decided to jump in and see where it goes. I've already learned a ton from my first two sessions and am so excited knowing that I will undoubtedly continue learning at a rapid pace. For now, I will keep working with my first two clients for a while, then will likely work with a couple new clients for a while. From there I plan on opening it up to more and more people over time. As with any new thing, I know I will make a ton of mistakes along the way, but I'm more okay with that than ever before, and embrace the fact that each mistake will be a vital lesson to apply for the next time around. Even though it's too early to count any chickens, I'm definitely in the process of building a really cool chicken coop. Stay tuned for more! And in the meantime, check out this beautiful scene I captured as I re-visited the iconic "Old 395 House" while on my way to Mammoth recently.
"While one person hesitates because he feels inferior, the other is busy making mistakes and becoming superior."