New Year, new-ish you? We are officially into the new year and this is about the time that we fall back into our routines. And, usually lose all the inspo to change how we wanted to do things in 2020. As part of my 2020 goal setting, I look back at the past year and write down all the things I have to do. Then I highlight what brings me joy. And the stuff that I “have” to do that doesn’t bring me joy I ask myself if I need to keep it or if I can stop doing it? If I can’t stop doing it then I find a way to delegate it out. In this week’s “notes 2 inspire” I hope you take me up on the challenge! Post your answers below.
It’s funny how many people think I am so patient. I guess I didn’t realize at what point practicing patience started working. But, the truth is you can have all you want just not all at the same time. So, what do you want so badly you’re willing to be patient for it?
Let’s just say it, you will never be “ready.” You will never feel ready. And, if you do you’ll probably be too late to the party you wanted to create. There is no “right time.” Or, when ___ happens. The feeling you are seeking to take action won’t come. In fact, the longer you take the more un-ready you will feel. So, what would happen if you just took some messy action?
Feeling stuck is one of the most awful feelings in life and in your business. And, most of us will get stuck more often than we want. But, getting unstuck quicker is the key success. When you’re feeling stuck try these tips out. And, remember, “clarity comes from action and action is the antidote to fear.”
Ever have a deadline or goal for yourself and it feels like everything is getting in the way? I mean doesn’t the world know you have things to do! Or, maybe you’re like me and you do a lot in one day. And, it feels like if you hit one red light or if your computer takes too long to upload you are going to run out of time. How can you create space in your day, week, life to be surprised? Or, at the very least so that you don’t have to rush?
Got a problem with saying “yes?” Well, then this week I want you to find power in saying “no.” The more often you say no the more control you have in what you get to do! I know you don’t want to miss out on things but some things are not for you and actually take away options for you to say “yes” to you! So, if you’re an over scheduler what would happen if you responded to every request with “ooh, let me look at my calendar and get back to you.” Or, “I think I have something but let me see if I can reschedule it.”
What would happen if you left space for the surprise?
Have you told people what you’re up to and then feel like no one is listening? Or, worse, that they just don’t care? I so hear ya! But, in this week’s ‘Notes 2 Inspire’ I’ve got tips for you to get out there and keep sharing! You got this!
They saying that curiosity killed the cat but I think that’s to keep people from being curious. Actually, if you are more curious you can learn so much more about others and they, in turn, will want to learn more information about you and what you do! Practicing being curious, letting others impress you, will actually help you network and build relationships. More on this in this week’s vlog of inspo.
If you are wanting to uplevel your life, make a certain amount of income then you have to put those aspirations in how you run your business and schedule your life! Would someone who is making $100k, $500k or more be doing ALL the work? This week’s “notes 2 inspire” asks you what you should be doing and what you should be delegating.
Hey hey, this week’s “notes 2 inspire” is all about the trap of comparison! Comparison is the robber of happiness. It keeps you from doing what you feel you were meant to do. It makes you feel like you are not good enough. What are you comparing yourself to?
We all hear we need to know our “why” but sometimes that can feel big and heavy or like it needs to be something huge! But, maybe it’s something simple. What are you growing yourself for? That’s what I talk about in this weeks “notes 2 inspire” which is now a vlog!