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The need to set goals and stick to them is personal.

I want to share a little back history on how I found my way with the help of personal experiences and reaching out for help.

Setting goals and sticking with them


It can be difficult and scary. But keep going.   I wanted to share my personal story when starting my own business at 58 years old.

Honestly, I didn’t really know where to start.  I was faced with a hard decision about my career and didn’t know what I wanted to do.

For months, I thought long and hard about what I wanted to do.  Truth be told I was scared.  Afraid of the unknown and when I started to doubt myself, I began to reach out for help. At first, it made me feel weak.  Stupid even.

Because I took that step, I connected with some wonderful people that took the time to answer my questions and guide me in ways that helped me figure out my plans and goals.

Getting help can be hard but sometimes very necessary.  So setting goals and sticking with them is key and it can really help you get to where you want to go with just about anything.  Life, business, relationships, success; you name it.

We all learn and expand ourselves daily.  Formulating that story to showcase you and your business is something we can do together.  Let me help you be seen.  Be heard.  Be successful.

Ultimately, I found that all my life experiences helped me figure out what I really wanted to do with my career.  I was pleasantly surprised at how things came full circle.  I still smile at that thought.

I’m happy to say that starting my own business and enhancing all my passions has been the coolest experience of all!

I found the importance of setting goals to be crucial

Goals are deliberate, because when you start putting your goals into action, by motivating yourself, testing yourself, proving yourself, you are beginning the journey that will help lead you to what you want to do in your business and in your life.

“Goals also help align your focus and promote a sense of self-mastery. In the end, you can’t manage what you don’t measure, and you can’t improve upon something that you don’t properly manage.” Wikipedia

Check out this link to get some great tips on ‘How to Set Goals and Achieve Them’

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