Hi all! So, I wanted to give a short update on a few things tonight. I’m really excited about a few things that have happened over the last week and, in the spirit of momentum and pushing forward, I wanted to share where I’m at.
I’ve constructed a few new projects related to my business that I’ve begun working on. I know this is something that I’m going to have to narrow down and continue to iron out details, but they are things that I’ve wanted to work on for a while. After heeding some of my own advice, I’m working on aligning and narrowing down the key things that I want to work on over the next few months. How I did this is actually something else that I will be talking about in an upcoming post because this is some advice I feel can apply to anyone in nearly every situation—at least as a start.
The next thing is that I’ve narrowed down the scope of several of these large projects to help focus on a few key areas in my life: work, personal/health/spiritual, new business, home projects. Having 4 areas of focus rather than a million projects has lessened the overwhelm and has given me room to prioritize.
The last thing that I wanted to make note of is that I have joined B-School with Marie Forleo! I make mention of this project because it is a huge action step toward many of my goals. It’s a large investment, but it’s one of those things where, when you think about it, you really can’t afford to not invest. The best way to back yourself is to do it—take the leap.
This is work that can help lay the foundation for a variety of goals, personal and professional, and it’s something that I can work on now. And really, when it comes to action, why not start now? There was always the thought of, “I can do it next year when things are a little better.” For the first time, I really thought about it and realized that I can either have the ground work ready and laid out in the next year (and possibly be even further) or I can plug along and continue to wait. Why put off until tomorrow what can be done today?
So these are some projects that I will continue to update you on over the course of the next few months. Change doesn’t happen without effort and I am going to put my money where my mouth is. And, again, heeding my own advice, there isn’t a better time to start. So here we go!