Eating An Elephant

I was talking to my dad yesterday about the lottery, and we agreed that building wealth slowly is the way to go. We do not judge anyone who plays the lottery, and we'd never turn down a million dollars if it came our way. We understand why people gamble, but we have not made the choice to do so ourselves. 

Consistency is better than a huge risk. We do take risks in life, and this business is one of those risks I took that has paid off and not paid off. Thankfully I have not had to close the business as many have. 

I continue showing up each morning to work hard, and that tradeoff has enabled me to create a j-o-b and career I sincerely enjoy. I'm thankful. 

I know you may hate your job, and how I want you to know I understand in every sense of the word! I went through 10 jobs from graduation to when I started Clean Houses. There is nothing easy or glamorous about that. The grind is hard. The only way around a problem is through it, and I'm not going to paint a beautiful picture that is honestly quite ugly. 

Not give up. That's the best advice I can give you. The second best is let Dan Miller and the folks at 48 Days empower you to a better tomorrow. The only way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time, but it's possible. 

Just put one foot in front of the other. 

Grace and peace. 

Daniel Tomlinson