I’ve been journaling for a while now. I picked up and started to do it to get things off my chest. I started writing a letter to GOD about the bible and other things in my life. I don’t write in it every day as I should, but I noticed that when it does, it clears my mind because I am an overthinker, and it gets rid of the confusion that might linger around.
Sometimes with taking care of family, it’s better to do it yourself. I’ve been working as a caregiver (working for your family member for an agency like FreedomCare and getting paid) since December 2020. During this time, I’ve been wondering what I will do after this.
Have you ever wondered why qualified people are only allowed in the broad room? They were teachable. They have certain skills and experience, and someone gave them a chance, and they kept improving on the skills they developed.
When I used to write my goals, I would write about where I want to be five years from now, which is my long-term goal. And I list things I could do now that take less time to accomplish in my short-term list. Which is okay, and I start. At least I would goal-setting.
There is a turning point in life, which is fully understanding that “Shit happens.” Yes, it does in life and business, and you must adapt. Your adaptability skills are one of the extremely vital skills for a person to develop and maintain throughout their career.
Did you know to succeed in business, you have to think about the timing of starting a business? When I started my business, I should have considered if it was the right time to start a business, and I just jumped right into it. No plan! No money!
Have you ever just sat and just read? Sometimes, if the book is good, it can take you to the character’s world, where you don’t want to leave. It’s an escape for you. Albert Einstein states, “I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination.
What is your definition of success? This is a question I asked one of my clients because many of us think of success as the tangible things we desire. I will succeed when I get the car, the house, or that dream job.
I was talking to a friend recently and noticed my actions at times when I am trying to be productive. A friend realized that she procrastinates when she doesn’t know her next step. It made me think about why I stopped writing or working on a particular project, and she was right.