Picking Up The Pieces: Divorce, Entrepreneurship, And Parenting

Hey y’all!

It’s been awhile since I wrote an article. Been going thru some stuff, as you can tell by the title of this article.

Below is a post I recently put on Facebook I wanted to share with you:

IN MY FEELINGS –> BEEN THRU SOME CRAP –> STANDING IN MY GREATNESS?

 

 

 

Looking at these three photos last night had me in my feelings a bit this morning. Thaddeus and Zoe were born nearly three months early and only weighed two pounds. Thankfully, they’re doing great now, with no issues from the premature birth.

I launched my business right when they were born.

As many of you know, in 2017 my marriage fell apart. What you don’t know is my business shut down at the same time.

That’s a lot to deal with at once.

Thanks to great friends, family, resilience, and God’s grace, my mental game/mindset is on point now and improving daily.

I am relaunching the business with the help of a great dude who is my new partner/CTO. We have a new landing page up letting everyone know we are coming back soon (www.wemontage.com) and the site is back up on a staging server.

I am raising $100k to refocus the business on an Atlanta-based B2B strategy.

And I am focused on selling my book as a way to provide for my children, at least until I raise the capital to relaunch the business. See the “P.S.” below for details about the book.

I put a question mark after “standing in my greatness” because it’s been a process for me. I realize now that I forgot how amazing and talented I am. That realization was like getting hit over the head with a bag of bricks.

WE CAN NEVER LET ANYONE OR ANYTHING DIM OUR LIGHT.

Now I choose to stand in my greatness, but I have to be intentional about it, lest I forget again-especially since all the 2017 drama is still fresh.

This photo though…it makes me smile. #MyCrew

 

#GratitudeIsMyAttitude #2018MojoBack #YouAreACreativeGenius

I appreciate you for reading this post and for your support on this journey.

Tallyho!

P.S., I’m focused on book sales as a way to take care of my kids until I raise capital to relaunch the business, which will take time. The book reviews are wonderful and it’s a great, quick read for the entrepreneur in your life, as well as a unique way to inspire your employees and direct reports to be more creative and think more entrepreneurially.

 

Feature image credit:

Mike Kniec : Picking up the Pieces

 

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