My Fashion Story!
As my initial training is in full swing for my new venture, so are my fears and doubts. I've been trying to deny it, but at this point I really can't. Today I have to work on setting up my FB page and creating ads. It's crazy because I am supposed to be on purpose and I have not even set up any kinda of schedule for myself.
I am not beating myself up at all. Just looking at myself honestly. One of the things I am aware of is that we get to create our own experience. When I chose this new venture, I made decisions. One clear decision was to be successful even more than my wildest dreams! The other was to love myself and let me find my way on this new journey.
In the past, I've been my own worst enemy. Beating myself up constantly and not appreciating my capabilities. One of the things I received from one of the training tools in this program was freedom from a conversation I had about my Fashion Career.
Working in Fashion may sound glamorous, but it's not. You work very long hours and then there's the demands of certain personalities. I hated it for a long time, but thought that was all I could do. I diffused that conversation and went back to school for filmmaking. When the end of my fashion career was near, I remember having a crying jag with my Mother about how hard I've worked with nothing to show for it. What I meant was I had no money. That's how I valued what I did for almost 20 years.
The conversation that I have nothing to show for it really doesn't apply to me now and it never really did! Most of my career I worked as Fabric Buyer/ Manager. I was responsible for millions of dollars of fabric. I was able to travel to The Far East and worked in high paced environment. I created many opportunities for myself and one was to continue with my personal growth through various practices. What I realize is I am more than ready for this new venture and the enormous abundance I am intending.
All stories die hard! I still have a few more to go!
Love and Peace