I want to quit.

It would be easier to just settle for my 9-5 job. It pays well and its stable. As I’m trying to grow Refugee Hustle, there’s always so much to do and to be honest… its a lonely path. I even question myself whether I’m actually CREDIBLE to help other people like me out there.

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What sort of thoughts run through your head when you doubt yourself… especially the ones that prevent you from making your dream happen?

But then I remember the emails, my fans that recognize me out on the street, and the stories on how y’all left your shithole, got off your ass, and went back to school… and I realized that this isn’t something that I want to do… I HAVE to do this. I couldn’t go about living my life knowing that I could of helped others, but didn’t.

Thank you

We all have dreams… even when we doubt ourselves, there’s that part in us that knows…I can’t keep putting this off… this is too damn important. I would be wasting my life away if I didn’t do this… Right? At the end of the day, I’m not that different from YOU. We’re always going to have times where we doubt ourselves. Instead of letting our thoughts defeat us, let’s use it as our motivation today.

And if you’re telling yourself “I’ll do this tomorrow“, what is that really costing you? How long are you going to wait for? Do you really want a few days turn into months… and even years without progress toward something that would make us feel alive?

 

 

Today I want you do this. Listen to all your fears, doubt, and concerns. Write these down. Now ask yourself, what would the “perfect” or “boss” version of me do in this situation? What sort of questions would you be asking and what would you be doing? Who are other people going through the same problems and how did they make it? Write these thoughts in the comment section. You’ll realize a lot of us have the same thoughts. Don’t put this off… this is importantAt the end of the day, don’t let anyone take your hustle and grind away… not even yourself.

Kevin      

I want to quit. It would be easier to just settle for my 9-5 job. Its pays well and its stable. As I’m trying to grow Refugee Hustle, there’s always so much to do and to be honest… its a lonely path. I even question whether I’m actually CREDIBLE to help other people like me out there? Have you guys ever doubted yourself? But then I remember the emails, my fans that recognize me out on the street, and the stories on how y’all left your shithole, got off your ass, and went back to school… and I realized that this isn’t something that I want to do… I HAVE to do this. I couldn’t go about living my life knowing that I could of helped others, but didn’t. Have you guys felt this way before? At the end of the day, I’m not that different from YOU. We’re always going to have times where we doubt ourselves. Instead of letting our thoughts defeat us, let’s use it as our motivation. Today I want you do this. Listen to all your fears, doubt, and concerns. Write these down. Now ask yourself, what would the “perfect” or “boss” version of me do in this situation? What sort of questions would you be asking and what would you be doing? Who are other people going through the same problems and how did they make it? Don’t put this off. This is important. Find out how you want to help others. At the end of the day, don’t let anyone take your hustle and grind away… not even yourself. www.refugeehustle.com #refugeehustle #pharmd #selfdoubt #motivation #9to5 #grind #hustle #fears #positivity #pharmdlife #entrepreneur #struggle #wantrepreneur #dreamsandnightmares #hustle #kevinyee #bosslife #killinit #boss #bosslife

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PS… 

I always wanted to start a YouTube channel but I never did. This is something I’ve been thinking about since undergrad… 2006. I told myself… “Oh I don’t have a camera” or “I have no idea how to edit“. Shortly after writing this post, I told myself to shut up and just do it. Today I officially launched my YouTube channel.

My first video.

 

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