Fast growth forces you into a higher cost environment, and if you don’t have the systems and ability to handle those costs, you’ll end up paying for it.
When I started prioritizing writing -- getting up earlier so I could write before the kids woke up, saying No to morning coffee invitations, and resisting the call of all the little countless other things that begged for my attention -- I finally found the space and commitment to write regularly.
So love the process, not the product. Not the outcome. Okay, you should probably love the product and the outcome too. But whether or not you’re a superstar, or barely make a dime from your efforts, just remember what got you fired up to do your thing in the first place.