They say life isn’t about the things that happen to you, but about the decisions you make. There’s a ton of coverage about the best decisions people have made, but not nearly enough conversation about the tough decisions. We asked folks we admire to tell us about the most difficult decision they’ve ever had to make and have shared some of those responses below.
Chanell Sinkfield | Realtor
The most difficult decision I ever had to make had to be when I decided to sacrifice money for experience and passion. Real estate was always in the back of my mind, I just never had the push to actually pursue it until 2019. After I graduated from college the job market was at its worst and I honestly took the first thing that payed well and got me out of my parents house. So I took a corporate job in Dallas at a mortgage company calculating escrow accounts. Read more>>
Kimberly Rodriguez | Product Developer & Designer
I think for me personally, the most difficult thing for me is having to say NO. I tend to be a people pleaser and want to say yes to everything and everyone
but I have to remind myself that I am a one woman show and I am not SUPERWOMAN. Read more>>
Stacey Butler | Systems Guru + Success Coach
The most difficult decision that I had to make was jumping in feet first and starting my coaching practice. At the time, I was going through my own transition and wasn’t sure if I wanted to do this part-time or go all in. Once, I made the decision to go all in and really go for my dreams, I knew the decision was right. I don’t think that you really know until you make a decision and start to take steps in the direction that you want to go. Read more>>