The hardest part about following your dream is always wondering if you are the only one who actually believes in it.

– Sydney Reneè

Following my dreams of being an author was something that weighed on me heavy. My desire to do what I loved was always taken over by the doubts in my mind; Spending so much time wondering if the work I was putting out into the universe was good enough and if it would be successful. I now get the same feeling when it comes to my clothing site, this blog and all my other platforms.

I put myself out there and I begin to think that no one is taking notice to the work I’m putting in and the impact I’m trying to make. Nothing I do is get rich quick scheme. I honestly enjoy writing and inspiring others. Yes, I would love for it to turn into something I can do for a lifetime without having to go back to working for someone else but then I wonder maybe it’s not meant for me to do. I spend days promoting myself and my work all over social media and there are times I may only get a like or two with no comments. There are times where I go months without getting any sells on my online store and if I do it may only be one or two from a family member or friends. There’s even times I get the reports back for my book sales and I’ll only have a $20 profit at most. It can be discouraging as ever.

But do I stop pushing because It’s taking awhile to see the results I want? Not even! Great things take time and in order to succeed you must also fail. The goal isn’t to have the most followers on IG and a thousand comments within 20 minutes of posting a picture. My goal is to inspire. If I only reach one person a day then my job is done. The more quality content I put out and the more I stay consistent I will begin to see those results I so badly desire. I don’t need 10K people to see me when there’s already someone that see’s and believes all that I’m doing. I just have to keep believing myself and not focus on what I wish I had but focus on the now.

Posted by:Sydney Reneé

Sydney Reneé, is woman who has become strong, honest and always looking for ways to evolve. For an outlet she turned to writing, which is how The Diary of She was created. It became a public journal of her experiences in life. Through her writing she learned that not only was she helping herself but other women who had been in situations similar to hers. Sydney Reneé continues to be an inspiration to all women going through what we call life; reminding them that it's never too late to go after your dreams and speak your truth.

4 replies on “Someone’s Watching…

  1. Yass queen! I needed this and I am proud of you. Keep grinding and putting energy into your passions and it will all pay off. Don’t get discouraged or impatient, because God’s time is not our time. You are phenomenal and inspirational and you got this! ❤

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