If you are going to take the first step to become an entrepreneur or start a business, why not trust the process?
What is trusting the process?
To "Trust the Process" means to understand the there is a journey that you must travel on to reach your goal or dream. On that journey, no matter what happens you should know that it won't be a straight path. Since the path won't be straight, there will most definitely be situations that arise that will test you. There will be people to disappoint you. There will be thoughts, feelings, and emotions that will make you second guess yourself.
Even after all of that, you must continue to "trust the process". You have to believe that the vision you were shown was given to you because you have all you need to make it real. There have been times when I knew I had an amazing idea. Not only did I know, I felt it. I saw the whole process. I saw the benefit. I saw all I needed to see to move forward. When I shared the idea with someone, they told me it was a good idea, but also told me reasons it wasn't a good idea and why it wouldn't work. I moved forward anyone, and it turned out to be one of my greatest accomplishments.
I chose the picture of the staircase because you have to take the first step in order to take the next, and then the next. Before you know it, you have a full staircase of smaller accomplishments that helped you to reach your big dream or goal. Not only that, you have created a staircase that can be used to help others and lead them to their next level of elevation.
Realize that everything that you will go through is to help you be able to show the next person how they can overcome similar struggles in their own journey. The journey of "trusting the process" is one specifically that you will share with so many people, because it's one that must be shared if nothing else is.
When you don't "trust the process", you open yourself to so much like feeling like you are a failure, or feeling you're not good enough to finish. You subject yourself to the thoughts of other people and them telling you "I told you so". You potentially give up on that thing that you need to change your life while continuing in the same cycle that you've despised for years.
As a full time entrepreneur going on 3 years now, there have been many times that I've had to "trust the process" and things worked out as they should have. You have no idea how grateful I am to have reach the place in my journey where this has become one of the easier parts.