That didn’t go as planned.
Just another day in the life of an entrepreneur.
I’ve become quite numb to it.
Adam stopping by again…
The kids were home from school yesterday for President’s Day.
We had plans to go to the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay.
I figured I’d grab our tickets yesterday morning.
Sometimes I forget when the kids are home from school, that means all the kids in Vegas are home from school.
Tickets were sold out.
They’re sold out today, too.
Ended up getting my little paws on three tickets for Wednesday afternoon.
This is something they’ve been asking about going for the last 6 – 8 months, and finally taking them.
Yesterday, didn’t go to plan.
As entrepreneurs, we call that Wednesday around here.
Most things ain’t gonna go to plan.
Not the (grand) plan us entrepreneurs have in mind, at least.
You continue on.
You keep building.
You keep publishing content online.
You keep putting yourself out there.
You keep moving forward.
Us entrepreneurs are in our white lab coats, conducting different experiments, and doubling down on the ones that work.
This is working — let’s do more of that!
This isn’t working — let’s do less (or stop) doing that!
That’s life as an entrepreneur.
Highs and lows.
Lows and highs.
But we build life on our terms.
It ain’t easy.
It’s a rollercoaster of emotions.
Sure as hell beats the alternative.
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I’m going to show you how (and why) to write an ebook.
The challenge is that you go out and do it (within 48 hours).
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A few people who wrote and published their ebooks in 48 hours….
We’re LIVE at 11:00 am pst!
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A Dadpreneur, a marketing strategist, a horrendous fantasy football player, a dreadful golfer, a cheeseburger connoisseur and a wastebucket full of useless sports knowledge.