How to deal with sucking at everything

If there’s anything I’ve learned over the last 10 years, adulting sucks.

Everywhere you look, it seems like people just have everything together on their social media, with their picture-perfect everything. And no matter what you try to make or do for yourself, it seems like you’re just making mistake after mistake, in business, and in life. The weight of doing it all has you so uninspired and incredibly unmotivated, and you just don’t know what to do.

Trust me. If anyone’s going to understand, it’s me. I get it. I have been falling on my face left and right in business, as a wife, as a mom, and life in general. And I figured it was time I needed to put this down onto paper to share with you because I’m pretty sure that you do not want to feel as crazy or as lonely as I did.

Now, don’t worry. This is not a self-help book because I clearly have no idea what I am doing. But I have learned some things along the way that I think that you can really relate to and maybe even learn from, like setting boundaries between your kids and your family.

Have you ever had this conversation?

Kids: Mommy, Mommy, Mommy. Come out.

You: Mommy’s still going potty.

Kids: Mommy, Mommy, Mommy. Come out.

Or maybe you’re trying to figure out what it takes to start a business, and you have absolutely no idea what in the world you’re doing, but you do hopefully want to supplement your family’s income or maybe even become the breadwinner. But you don’t have to take my word for it. Let’s see what these other hot messes have to say.
“I wish when I had the vision to start creating a family history channel on YouTube that I had Desiree in my back pocket. It took me two years to get started because I thought I had to be perfect. Desiree teaches you, no, you don’t have to be perfect. You have to start. Grab Desiree’s book and start, suck, and get better.”
– Devon L.
“I am a hot mess mama, entrepreneur, business owner, trying to be successful, trying to hit those marks, be a good mom, be a good wife, be successful in your business. And you know, we fail at those things sometimes, and it’s okay. You literally have to start somewhere. Desiree’s book has just been absolutely amazing in my life, and apply those concepts and things. So Desiree, thanks for writing, Start. Suck. Get Better!, because that’s my life.
As a former high school English teacher who entered the entrepreneurial world three or four years ago, Desiree’s book was so helpful. It helped me to see there is a journey in the whole entrepreneurial process. I laughed with her. I cried with her. It was a wonderful read as well as truly inspirational. Must read.”
– Kiki Chatfield

I want to be a part of your journey so that you never have to feel alone, overwhelmed, or lost ever again. I want to be a part of your journey so that you can start, suck, and get better with me, together.

As always, YOU are impossibly amazing!

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