As an entrepreneurial copywriter and marketer, I love what I do. My world is so diverse that I'm always stretching and growing, while I stay focused on meeting goals and deadlines.
Take a look at some of the things I worked on over the past few days, and you may see what I mean. I’ve:
Okay, this isn’t everything I’ve done today, but I’ll stop because I think you get the drift. When you’re focused and driven, you can be quite productive. Of course, some days have unexpected hurdles and obstacles to overcome.
It does seem like the more I have to accomplish for others, the harder I push myself to make sure I’m using my talents and skills to serve my clients. My continual goal is to ensure I help my client and myself successfully reach our dreams.
Lately, I’ve learned that I can only get things done if I integrate my personal relationship with God into the mix. (If you’re not a believer, don’t stop reading. Hear me out. I’m just speaking my truth.)
My mentor Ray Edwards says that God wants us all to prosper. (Gal. 3:20 and 3 John 1:2) Ray encourages everyone to speak this truth aloud daily: “His (God) wealth flows to me in avalanches of abundance. All my needs, desires and goals are met instantaneously with infinite intelligence.”
I believe this truth, especially as I reflect on a small snapshot of what I’ve accomplished today. Otherwise, how on earth could I get it all done?
Here’s another way to look at it. Rachel Hollis says: “Most success occurs because you’re the one that keeps showing up.”
In addition to striving for success and leaning into God throughout each day, I continually write out all my short and long-term goals. I then cross each item off the list as I work through them one at a time.
Like mowing the yard, you can look at your list and see proof of what you’ve achieved.
How can you make sure you’re stretching and growing, while you stay focused on meeting goals and deadlines?
Ask yourself these questions:
This may seem pie in the sky or overwhelming. But I guarantee if you intentionally walk through this exercise, you can see results.
As you may hear me say from time to time: “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time, of course.”
Do you need help strategizing, planning, writing, or achieving your goals? Let me encourage you to hire a coach, copywriter, or marketer—someone like me—and you’re sure to realize more than your dreams. There are many people who can help you achieve your goals. It is simply a matter of finding the right person for you.
Take minute to reach out and schedule a free 30-minute call with me. If I can't help you, I'm certain to know someone who can.