Last weekend I had the opportunity to speak to a group of teen girls. I was nervous, anxious leading up to it because I had been asked to speak on a topic I’ve never done before ~ Self Worth. I even told the organizer that I may not be right for this.
We’ve been hearing it a lot lately. 2018 the Year of the Woman! It got me to thinking…Wasn’t last year Year of the Woman? And I swear in my lifetime, I’ve heard this before. Don’t get me wrong or misunderstand. I’m all about us getting the spotlight and recognition. But it really got me to wondering, what kind of impact does it have.
Epiphanies can happen at the oddest of times, in the strangest of places.
I’m in the O’Hare airport traveling back to Houston from 10 days with my mom and grandmother. I’m standing in front of Hudson News thinking about how I’ve drifted away from the things I love to do and the people I love to be around.
We set goals because we want to accomplish things and that’s the benefit right? To get things done. True but there are so many more benefits to goal setting. And these underlying benefits are the reasons why we should be teaching, encouraging and participating in goal setting with our kids.
This past Tuesday was the first training session for the business plan competition. I went in not really know what to expect and apprehensive. I’ve heard about how intense the competition is, that this is going to be a game changer for my business…one guy (last year’s winner) talked about how this competition was his full time job. Zoinks!
Fresh starts…new beginnings. The first day of the month. Mondays (yes, I love Mondays). A fresh new journal or planner (hint, hint). And the freshest of all starts…a brand new year! The thought that anything is possible. Anything can happen.