As I was cleaning my shower this morning, I was thinking about what I would blog about. I have
made a goal to write something once a week. I am not a writer. Writing is a task that I feel that
I am not very good at and I actually dread it. But how can I tell my clients to walk in the new,
let go of the old and walk in a new mindset if I am not willing to do this myself? I am practicing
what I preach. When I was a child/teen, I took 7 years of piano. If I sat down at the piano now,
you couldn’t tell that I had taken 7 years of piano! Anyway, one of the sayings of my teacher
Mrs. Sutton would say, “Pracitice makes perfect.” I was supposed to practice every day for at
least 30 mins.
So here I am “practicing my writing”. It is January and most have made new year resolution. I
encourage you to make your resolution, goal or vision for this year manageable. I have made
mine a manageable goal. I am going to write a paragraph a week. I will do it because I want to
and strive to get better at writing. “Practice makes perfect” is going through my head!
So get going on that resolution/goal/dream and just start. You know starting is half the battle.
I was cleaning my bathroom and halfway through while I was in the shower cleaning it, my
thoughts began on writing and so I ran into my office to type this out. Boy, this is rough, but I
started. What do you need to start this year to make that dream/goal/vision a reality? It is
baby steps. Do the next right thing. You can do it. God bless you for reading this, ha!