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A Day in the Life

As a Chef and Entrepreneur, I wear many hats. I had the most enlightening conversation today. And I learned a lot. I realized that the feelings I have been feeling of late is pretty much the norm. Being overwhelmed, a little afraid of failure, paranoia, moody. Its a constant work in progress with new companies. My day is, "Ok, I finished this order, now I gotta do the social media thing, Then I gotta do my paperwork. Take pictures. Check Email. Do Correspondence. Answer Phones. Send out marketing stuff. Get testimonials from clients. This is an everyday thing. Not to mention paperwork, finances, and monthly expenses. Sometimes this goes on for weeks at a time, but every now and then I get a break. And I smile. I look at where I was to what I have become now. I can only smile and say Thank You. To God. To family and friends. To everyone who did and did not believe in me. Myself and my peers continue to Pay it Forward. We continue to Defy the odds.

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