I'm sure you have many creative ideas you want to execute,but don't know where or how to start. For me, it helps that I write short-term and long-term goals so I know which ideas to start working on immediately.
Trust me,there's a lot of skills I'm still trying to master!
- Write in a journal daily Marshall's have good sturdy journals for 5.99 that I use for my poetry, dreams and aspirations. It's a simplistic, but great tool to hold you accountable daily.
-Look at your budget if it requires one.Research what you want to do and see if your finances match.
- Ask for help Whether it's a family member, friend or colleague, one lesson I've learned throughout the years is that being independent doesn't necessarily mean you don't need any help. (Whether financially or emotionally)
-Keep somethings to yourself My blog is an really honest overview of my life, but I don't tell my readers every move I'm making. When writing my book, I told one person, because I was unsure if Amazon would accept it.
-Don't feel sorry for yourself I often put myself in a "pity party" a lot, but I try to bounce back and start taking action.Remember, you're only failing when you don't try.
Problem-solving is a skill I have worked on recently to overshadow my complaints about my life.
-My long-term goal may require a larger budget and daily persistence.
- Long-term goals take time and are normally implemented through your daily routine. They can take a long time to see results, but it doesn't mean you're not progressing.