Every win was met with an even bigger challenge. We would get a batch of clients… only to find out they didn’t want us to travel and the whole reason we started the business was so we had that freedom.
We had a thriving “local business”, but in my heart of hearts, I knew I couldn’t continue the breakneck pace of living in the U.S.
The American lifestyle was taking it’s toll on me and all I wanted was to get back to enjoying a simpler, slower way of life and start a family.
What was more painful was that no one seemed to understand my desires.
They didn’t make sense. They weren’t justified. Plenty of people told me, I had to pick and choose… I had to grow up and be realistic.
My choices didn’t appear to be sound.
I wanted clients and a business, but I didn’t want a clientele that told me what kind of person I could be or what kind of life I could live.