Words I have heard repeated consistently from successful entrepreneurs are “… you have to love what you do to be a success” or “…whatever you do, do what you love.” I am here to validate those words and uphold their significance and impact.
Some of the most common side effects are dizziness, headache, loss of appetite, upset stomach, frequent urination, and hair loss. These should be minor though, and if they become chronic, this should be brought to the attention of the prescribing doctor.
I remember saying to myself, months and even a year into my business, “who did I think I was that I could leave corporate life and start my own business? I’m going back to the work I know.” Yes, I knew the work, but it was no longer satisfying. Thankfully, my inner voice challenged me, and I began to look inside at my strengths and passions. I compared what I knew of myself to what I was doing. They didn’t match up.
Self insurance is one strategy to consider. That means putting aside enough of your money to pay the cost of long-term care. Before you take this route, however, consider two things – your future income and what you own.
The simple truth is, though, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, when you reach 65 you have a 40% chance of going to a RN CEUs home. And once you’re there, there is a 10% chance you’ll stay for at least five years.
Once I had my license as a psychologist, I worked in an adult male prison for a while, but then decided to start my own mental health practice. Shore Counseling ended in about a year. We were broke and unable to make a go of it. Then, I worked as a psychologist for someone else for a while and I was not satisfied. Consequently, I decided to try my hand again at a mental health practice. My belief was that all children, rich or poor, deserved the best mental health services, regardless of ability to pay.
Do you find yourself angered everytime you around this woman? Have you realized that she wants nothing to do with her grandchildren unless it is when they are an excuse for him to bring over for a visit? Has she threatened you behind your husband’s back and often started rumors with your community about you, as a person? Does she often cry to your husband, her son, about the aweful way you “supposingly” treat her? Lastly, would she be happier seeing her son miserable without you, just so she can pick up the pieces and make herself the number one priority? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions then give her what she wants…her son. You will be much happier living without him than with living with him and his aweful monster-in-law!