Sometimes I wish I still had a boss. It’s true that shit rolls downhill but when push came to shove, the boss always dealt with tough stuff. Like when a client isn’t satisfied. It honestly happens to me so rarely that I’m never prepared for it and always take it personally. We wedding vendors are playing with live ammo, it’s not just a gig, it’s someone’s memories. Memories that can’t be recreated. It’s a lot of pressure, I believe that it’s one of the reasons why we charge so much $ not everyone can deliver under that kind of pressure and I definitely let one slip through the cracks. Generally, I would never talk about this publicly, but I’m so devastated and heartbroken for my client and disappointed in myself for not being more on top of it, I think I need advice on how to prevent this from happening ever again. Idk about other creative entrepreneurs out there but my insecurity is a constant current that runs underneath a facade of professional confidence, and in moments like this I question everything I’ve worked so hard to build.