Being an entrepreneur comes with a sense of freedom & none of the institutional limits on creativity. Yet unless I'm consulting within an organisation or connected to community, it can feel lonely & isolating. Online communities are great for support but it's not enough.
This post describes the risks & harms so beautifully:
ericlevi.com/2018/05/13/bro… . 8/
Pressing the eject button from my own situation is quite different than pressing eject from my life. Yet, I empathise with those who choose it. 12/
Entertaining ideas of ending our own lives puts us at risk of losing sight of potential opportunities to repurpose ourselves. The opportunities are numerous but we can't see them when we're only listening to the devil we know. 13/
He lures us to hang onto false security. He tells us that we're nothing unless we continue on the path we're on. He says we're doing nothing to solve the problems of the world so why bother. 14/
Stop listening to him.
You matter. That's it. No qualifications or evidence required.
Asking for help, guidance & direction through asking, talking, writing, praying, tweeting, demanding is how we unchain ourselves from that asshole so we can have the strength to climb out of the dark hole & see a new way.