That moment when you know you are doing exactly what your supposed to be doing.
Just under two years ago I began my blog, not really having any direction. Just knowing that I really liked the people I had met who were bloggers and wanted to be in their world, even if it was minimal. Here I am just short of two years later and I am stepping out to make this my full time job. I have been thinking about this for a while now, but because I have worked for such a great company that has been very good to me and allowing me to grow their social media and run their blogger program, stepping out on my own has been a little scary.
In making this decision I have taken into account what all it would entail and trying to figure out how it could work. Suddenly, without reaching out, my email box started receiving emails of people reaching out asking for consultant type of services, the very ones that I have become an expert in social media over the last four years.
The time finally came to talk to the owners of the company I have been working with for the past 5 years. I needed to tell them I was ready to try to do this on my own. They were so gracious as they shared my excitement about this new venture I have chosen for myself.
So what does this mean? This means that I am doing exactly what I want to do now, for me. Trippin’ with Tara is a now an LLC, and I now am a business owner. I have never been more excited about what is in store for my future. I am in complete control of my future, and for me it’s a very exciting time! I owe so much of this to you, my followers, that have supported me by reading my blog, commenting on my posts, re-tweeting my tweets and being the best online friends a girl could dream about. So thank you!
“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.”
Squeee….here I go!
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