I’ve been thinking about going Vegan for about the past 2 months now. And the other day I woke up and decided, I just had to damn do it! BOOM decision made! And my reason for going vegan goes waaaaaaay beyond my desire to drop a good 34 pounds.
As a matter fact, there are 3 particular reasons as to why I just had to damn do it! And believe it or not, it is mostly driven my current journey to becoming an Entrepreneur. As an emerging Sista Entrepreneur, there is no better time than now, for me to get my life allllll the way together! And I feel as though going Vegan will definitely help me do just that!
Reason #1: Clarity
As you all know, I’m a woman of many passions, so it’s been quite the challenge for me to decide which passions to actually build me entrepreneur venture upon.
So in my making these very important & life changing decisions, I need to make sure my mind is clear honey! ALL THE WAY CLEAR. I need my mind to be on point, so that I can make the best decisions for my business and for my life. My becoming a very happy & successful entrepreneur is a very very very Serious Matter! And therefore, I’m willing to sacrifice some of my absolute favorite foods and drinks, in an extreme effort to ensure mental clarity by damn near any means necessary lol.
And from my past experience with being Vegan, this is definitely the route to go for me personally, because I always gain such an intense level of clarity when I’m indulging in such clean eating. I’ve been a Vegetarian since 2008, yet the longest I’ve gone Vegan was for 120 days. So yeah, ya girl is little nervous about 365 days of veganism, lol, but I done claimed it! So I’m going to complete it! Even when pizza is calling me name; I won’t give in lol! I will be seeking Clarity throughout my Vegan Cleanse.
Reason #2: Discipline
I honestly believe that the success of a dedicated & true entrepreneur, is rooted in discipline. Entrepreneurs typically start off doing almost every damn thing for themselves! And there is no way in hell that they can do everything, without discipline. Read More