Do you feel like your value comes from your job? Have you ever wondered what drives your work ethic?
Chrystal has been employed since adolescence, sometimes having multiple jobs at once. After doing extensive self-work, she began to evaluate why she worked. After realizing her workaholic tendencies derived more from insecurity than passion, she recalibrated into a career more aligned with who she is. Although work is a part of our identities, we must recognize that it’s just a piece, not our whole selves.
Whatever you choose to do, no one should hustle for their worth. Learn more about Chrystal’s entrepreneurial journey, prioritizing self-alignment, and why we don’t need to feel guilty for enjoying our lives.
- “We don’t need to do 24/7 work. We don’t need to feel guilty that we’re not working and enjoying our lives, families, loved ones, or whatever instead.” (25:20-25:30 | Chrystal)
- “It’s not about how much or how hard you work. It’s the intentionality behind what you do. It’s the energy you put behind what you do.” (27:53-28:02 | Chrystal)
- “The whole reason why you start a business is to have freedom. Freedom from not working for someone else, financial freedom, all of that. And when you’re a slave to your job or to your business, what is the point?” (30:02-30:18 | Chrystal)
- “Do what you feel called to do. Because when you return back to your work, you’re going to feel so much better, and your actions will be more potent.” (30:50-31:01 | Chrystal)
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