The cool thing about pursuing your dream is the amazing doors it opens up.
This year I signed at least six clients (two renewed contracts so far) and met with lots of inspiring small Catholic business owners.
I’ve been featured on a couple podcasts, interviewed for a diocesan newspaper, and even had an article published (as a cover story) for one of my dream publications.
Freelancing has given me and my family more financial and scheduling freedom which has led to less stress.
I’m even trending towards being able to cut back hours at my main job by the end of the year.
Dreams Take Time to Take Root
The seeds were planted back in 2015. Well, maybe even further back in 1996 when I wrote silly stories about my orange stuffed animal named Snap on my mom’s typewriter.
Grateful for all those in my network (Catholic and writing) who have helped encourage, support, or teacher me valuable insights about my industry.
Special shout-out to my wife, parents, and siblings who have encouraged me along the way.
And finally, most importantly, thankful for God for giving me the opportunities and strength to carry on and craft my writing skills.
What’s your dream?
Start traveling towards it today. 🙏 🙂