Starting Over, Reinventing Yourself And Taking Risks.Read on
It’s been a couple of months since I’ve given y’all a life update. Believe it or not, a lot has been going on in the Kapetsonis household. As if buying a home wasn’t enough–recently, George was faced with a major career change. As you know, George has been a chef is entire working career. He is very passionate about his career and was even featured on TLC’s “Chef Wanted”! I honestly never thought George would be anything else. He is good at what he does and food is his life.
In February, he went into partnership with a manufacturer of e-liquids “Mr. Good Vape” and is currently the CEO. He has worked with Mr Good Vape for about 2 years time,making e-liquids for them and was presented with a partner opportunity earlier this year and decided to take a risk ,quits his position at Harrahs to pursue this new career!
Career wise, this man blows my mind. He is SO passionate about everything he does and isn’t afraid of failure or taking risk. I’m sure some of you people might know that there is failure controversy spreading with the vaping industry–however, we feel pretty certain that vaping is here to stay and feel positive that people will see it.
While all of this is happening, I can’t help but to think about how I’ve been taking risks and reinventing myself. Lately, I’ve been reaching in different life directions– I’ve grown a love for finance. Retirement and investing risks. While I have loved talking about how to save money with coupons and sales– I’ve been wanting MORE. So, I’ve been reading a lot of books and have been implementing more investments into our savings plans.
As an individual, I feel that growing is best–otherwise, you get comfortable,instill fear and are never taking risks or challenging yourself.. I’m a learner. I’ve always loved to learn. I really feel like it’s time to do more and take more risks! I feel like our family is thriving so much lately. We are happy, healthy, no fear of uncertainty and growing. I’m so thankful for these life challenges we have faced. If not, we wouldn’t be where we are now.
How are you growing? Has your family life been through any major changes? Are you taking risks?
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