It Took Her 5 Years To Start A Farm But She Did It
Yes you can, but you have to start by taking small action every day.
Hello my friends, my beautiful souls, my companions on this journey.
I am tearing up writing this because today I share a video interview that means a lot to me – it’s a story of the start of a farm and the woman who started it. A woman whose life I have observed over the last few years and have admired the tenacity, passion and strength.
I met Tiffany right before my wedding (zillion years ago) and we became friends instantly. We talked about dreams and she always talked about simplifying and going back to her roots – life on a farm that her parents owned.
Initially, it was talk about a conference center and events……she wasn’t sure how it would look like but she knew she wanted freedom and simplicity in her life, a good life according to her.
Fast forward to today, she owns a farm with her partner Andy (Graise Farm) and I took my family on a road trip to experience farm life and to interview Tiffany. It was a day to remember: kids played with animals, we ate good food and we enjoyed fresh air and great company – it’s what I call a good life for sure!
(I also got attacked by a rooster but let’s not make a big deal out of that:)).
Instead of a conference center, she now raises animals on the farm that she bought from her parents and you need to hear the story about how that happened – it will make you think twice about your own goals.
Most incredible thing: she still works full time. So, if you feel like you don’t have time to do a side gig – you must watch this.
She candidly talks about simplicity, what she thinks gets in the way of pursuing our dreams and she gives advice to others wanting to do their own thing.
As many of you know, I love learning from people who have achieved worldly success and fame, but I also want to show you all how much every single one of you has to offer and how smart and capable you all are.
I have watched this woman over the last few years go through major life transitions with grace and patience. She could have listened to her fear and this farm wouldn’t exist. Yes, it took her 5 years to start a farm but better now than never. There is something magical about working for your dreams and then enjoying the fruits of your labor.
Tiffany is a quiet force, she is gentle and unassuming but so incredibly strong, beautiful and generous. You will completely fall in love with her spirit, her kindness and her optimism. I know that her words will deeply impact some of you and just may cause you to realize some of your dreams.
Thank you Tiffany for being my teacher and for being such a beautiful light in this world.
Please let me know if this video resonates and what is one thing you may be taking away from it. If you know of anyone who needs to hear this, please share.
Yes you can, but you have to start by taking small action every day. Here’s then video from my visit to the farm and interview with Tiffany.
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