ball of rubber bands

A group:

“I’m exhausting. I have so much I want to do with my life, it kind of chokes me and then it’s like, I don’t want to even get off the couch.”

“I can’t sleep at night. My mind races on how fast time has gone and the little I’ve accomplished.”

“My goals are simple but they are a lot! If only I had a team of people helping me.”

“How do I pay the rent and do what I love? I’m so tired at the end of the day that the idea of ‘creating’ thereafter makes me want to curl up in a ball and sleep. Or drink wine.”

“I don’t know how to begin. I feel like there’s too much to do and I don’t know how to start. It’s like a ball of rubber bands I need to untangle one by one.”

“It’s not what I want to do.”

“I’m doing this to supplement money, to make a kind of soft income for the future. But it’s taking so long to get off the ground that I’m not creating anymore.”

“It’s like to be an entrepreneur you have to master the areas of your life you can’t hire yet.”

“I have the best of intentions in the morning and then that all washes away by the afternoon.”

Our minds are a powerful thing.
Do more to get more, it says.
Not really. Not at all.
Here’s where the trust comes in.

What if you’re exactly where you’re meant to be?
That you’re right on time, right on schedule?
That the only thing that’s lacking is trust…

What does trust mean to YOU?

Author: pizzaslices

Liza is an actor and co-creator of Subway Token Films, a film production company that captures Street Level Miracles through films. That is, moments in our lives when the story as we know it stops, the lens is pulled back and something more expansive is revealed to us. Liza has won awards and audiences alike for her portrayals of the immigrant story on stage and film. She lives in New York City and Los Angeles with her partner, actor Felix Solis.