Trust and Jump

Image of young businesswoman jumping over gap

I’m going to get all woo-woo for the new year, so here goes:

Being good at something does not obligate you to do it.

I worked full time while going to college at a computer store. This was back in the 80’s and you couldn’t one-click a MacBook on Amazon or stroll into Best Buy and come out with an HP laptop. Back then computers were sold in pieces that didn’t always play well with each other. “Portables


5 thoughts on “Trust and Jump

  1. I for one will always purchase your books. I have them on my kindle and in paper back. I love your audio books, Angela has a great voice.
    I would love to see the imp series on Netflix.

  2. Congratulations on your life choice! I am a new reader and just finished the Imp Series – I loved it and I loved Sam – can’t wait for more. Now I am reading Amber’s two books! Again, brave choice – best wishes and lots of luck!

  3. First, thank you. You have been incredibly generous in sharing your past experiences. This post, plus the one post-election, were particularly rewarding to read and gave me a great deal of insight into my own thoughts and emotions.

    Next – congratulations! Scary, for sure. But honestly, I was so glad to hear it. Your writing is wonderful, the new worlds you have built for us are detailed and fascinating. There is no doubt in my mind that you will be successful. Break free of the corporate rut and don’t look back.

    Your books are on auto-purchase for me, rest assured.

  4. I have lived my adult life believing that if you accept what you don’t want, that’s what you get. It’s scary to keep going after what you want when things get tough, but so worth it. I’ve frustrated the recruiters many times because they always wanted me to go for the jobs I’ve already succeeded at, not the next one up the ladder. I’ve felt like I was too picky or too ambitious, but I stuck to my guns and eventually I got the jobs I wanted. I imagine when you move laterally it’s even harder to get what you want. It’s nice to know that I’m not the only stubborn person out there.

  5. Brilliant! I would wish you good luck, but you don’t need it, you have made your own way here through your own efforts. Well done, now get creating!!!!

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