I released a new thang to the world this week. It’s been 2 & a half years in the making and just about 3 weeks in the doing. I’m crazy proud of it.

And it’s selling like hot cakes. Faster than anything I’ve put out before. People are saying lovely things and I’m tickled anew each time.

I caught myself thinking how in love I am with my own potential. ‘Cause you know I’m only just skimming the surface of what’s available to me – internally, externally, in community. I’m 28. And I’m whip smart. And oh-so-on-fire.

I’m biz-coaching MBAs, I’m speaking to people who care, I’m writing to amazing people, I’m chit chatting with rock stars. I’m in congregation with the coolest people this side of changing-the-world-via-crazy-ideas.

And I’m only just getting started.

My point is not to toot my own horn but to get you thinking about the song you’re playing.

It’s all too easy to fool ourselves into thinking that it’s too late. Whether you’re 18, 25, 35, or 85. The truth is that it’s never too late. Your potential is always available to you. Your potential is always evolving.

Your own capacity for greatness – whether in business, family, love, or money – isn’t something to fear or a stick against which to be measured. It’s a calling, a coaxing, an ever present coach. It’s not something you “live up to” but something you can embrace & caress with your actions today.

No, you haven’t achieved all that your capable of yet. If you had, you’d be dead! Don’t see the vastness of your own potential and fear the first step in a new direction. Look to your potential as a horizon for which you’re always reaching.

Meanwhile, that potential you see pouring out of others? That doesn’t make you or your capability smaller. You can be in love with others potential, too. You can play for the same team.

I’m in love with my own potential. There. I said it.

Are you?

Oh, that new thang? It’s called The Art of Earning. It’s a name-your-own-price guide to creating an honest, easy, and downright beautiful relationship with money. Afterall, why are you in business if you don’t like money? Click here to learn more.

In addictively readable prose that quivers and snaps with something like poetry, Tara Gentile calls out the overworked and underearning in the creative digital business realm. Enough, she says. If you’ve been wondering why you haven’t had your money breakthrough yet, or if you’re stuck in the ‘middle’ of your industry with no clue how to rise and terrified to fall, Tara’s here to set you straight.
– Abby Kerr | abbykerrink.com | expert on Ruling Your Realm

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