It was a time of growth, but also a time of uncertainty. Our little radio show, Bud and Roach Show, was evolving into something much bigger – Bud and Roach Entertainment, a network that would showcase a variety of shows, talents, and personalities. It was exciting, but it was also overwhelming. On the production end, I built this show from the ground up, and I was proud of what we had accomplished. But now, with the network expanding, I couldn’t help but feel like I was losing control. Nick of The Subjective Perspective and Mickey Grand were two regulars on the show, and they were coming to New York to meet us in person. Nick approached our front door especially excitedly, broadcasting live video from his phone and accidentally exposing our home address to the world. He dubbed our apartment “Bud and Roach Headquarters”, and I couldn’t help but feel a sense of discomfort. The network was growing, and I wasn’t sure how to handle it. Don’t get me wrong, I was happy to see the show and the network succeed. But I had a lot on my plate. I was running multiple projects, and it felt like I was constantly on the go. With the network growing, I knew that my responsibilities would only increase. I would have to delegate more, trust in others to help run things, and let go of some of the control that I had worked so hard to maintain. As the night went on, I tried my best to hide my discomfort. I chatted with Nick and Mickey, trying to put on a brave face. But deep down, I was struggling to adjust to this new reality. It was a good thing, of course, but it was also scary. I knew that I would have to adapt and grow with the network, but I wasn’t sure if I was ready.

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