Have you decided to take the leap into a different career? Or maybe you’ve decided to start your own business?
Making the decision to start a new business or completely head in a different direction into a new career path isn’t an easy one.
One of the things that you absolutely have to understand is that failure at any point in that journey to where you want to go is definitely a welcomed opportunity. It may not seem like it, but it’s okay to not have all of the answers to whether or not what you’re doing is the right way to do it.
Enjoy the time that you have to get there. Enjoy the time not knowing. Take that time and see what you like. You may not see it until you’re where you want to be, but it’s fun to be in a spot where you can test new ideas and things you are passionate about. It’s in that space where you can dream a little.
Our guest, Jaime Masters, speaks from her very own experience of leaving her successful career as a project manager behind and jumping into the unknown. She is now an incredibly successful business coach with a strong network of millionaires. Her journey into the unknown opened her eyes to what is possible.
Jaime discovered that her strengths were in helping people. Her lessons to be learned are centered around the fact that “you have no idea what you’re good at until you do it.”
ABOUT JAIME MASTERS
Jaime Masters is the author of a book and host of a podcast by the same name, The Eventual Millionaire.
Her rise to success wasn’t achieved over night. It took her years of fine tuning to get where she is now.
Her story starts with a six-figure income career out of college with a spending habit that matched. By the time she was 24, she hated her job and was in over $70,000 in debt.
After realizing that an enjoyable life was worth far more than a million dollars, she made it her mission to get out of debt & find work and a life she loved.
Now a successful business coach, Jaime helps entrepreneurs focus their money and their strengths to create an amazing life while they build their net worth. She also interviews millionaires to get their best tips, tactics and advice from their successes and failures.
Listen in on our conversation with Jaime Masters. Jaime shares tips on how to be patient in the evolution of who you are. Every time you are asked to make a hard decision, you have to realize that it is a test to see how good you are at a skill.
You won’t know how good you are at something until you are on the path to where you want to go.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- The importance of being completely honest with yourself to see what you need to do to get where you want to go in your career
- How strengths & knowing what you’re innately good at, what you’re not good at, are key in your success
- That when you’re starting a new job, career, or side hustle, it is slow-going at the beginning.
- Have patience and continue to trust the process.
RELEVANT LINKS AND RESOURCES
Follow Jaime on Twitter: @eventualmillion
Like her Eventual Millionaire page on Facebook.
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