I think I need to give my subby a little caveat — I don’t think I must do it ALL right now, or I will get overwhelmed! Then MasterKey Paul Straw gave a great talk on “Pay It Forward” at our local Successful Thinkers group yesterday that pushed my subby into overdrive — go help someone by giving them what you’ve been storing for years! do it now…do it now…do it now…do it now…
Okay, subby, just cool it! I still have to eat, sleep, work, and too many other things I don’t want to think about. So I will (oops–no will) — my next chore
will be (oops again) IS to take something out of storage to give to Salvation Army.
So the good news is I finally figured out how to do my About You page — twice, since I hit the wrong something once in trying to edit and had to start all over. In spite of the frustration in not knowing a thing about any of this social media, it is fun to be learning something new. (The Digital Connection training is awesome — just wish my brain could keep up! It looks so easy when they do it) The only thing that concerns me is that I can lose hours just looking at the internet I already know about — this is almost more temptation than human beings should be asked to bear!
More good news — the time spent sitting combined with concentrating on the new more self-confident me has resulted in two new clients this week, with an additional two prospects that have asked me to call over the weekend. I guess I could say it is good news/bad news — in all the work I’ve been attracting, I’ve somehow lost the time to sit still a couple of times, and am just getting my homework in at the last minute. I especially like the reading out loud; it has really helped me refine my DMP. What looks good on paper sounds so different when read aloud. Then as I rewrite, more changes just appear — could good old subby be at work here? Also, has anyone else been challenged by sitting upright and letting muscles “take their normal condition” without moving?
Now, I’m off to read what wisdom and insights and trials team mates have to tell — everyone’s story is so unique, yet we all have so much in common — just makes life such a joy to get acquainted! Have a blessed week!