I've been learning some hard lessons the last few months.
It turns out just because you can wear all the hats and get all the work done on your own does not mean that you should.
An outward appearance of calm and composure in the face of enormous workload has been something I've always been good at.
But the underlying reality is that stress and pressure attaches itself to you and changes who you are and how you feel. Eventually it starts to show up in your health, how you treat your family, your social life, and physical pain.
I'm very good at putting on a brave face but I have noticed the shine of ambition being replaced by an everyday struggle. The balance of Time, Stress and Money.
And what should be my top priority, my family, are suffering.
While I see my kids so much working from home I've found myself skipping out on a lot of events and activities to try and keep up in the studio. And that's not cool at all.