Hope you all had a great weekend and the father’s in your life had a great Father’s Day. I was having a conversation with my husband and we were talking about people that don’t finish anything they start. I have to admit, I fit into that category. I am so famous for starting something, and be super excited about it and after a while, lose interest or stop altogether. I don’t know why it happens, but I am so guilty of it. Like my business at Soul Purpose, while I still believe in the product and the business, I just simply don’t have the time now to pursue it like I would like to. The difference this time is, I’m not going to quit. I just can’t. I am however, gonna sit down after I move and look at how I want to approach the business. I have a great up line manager and I believe if I put together a plan that’s gonna work for me, I can make this work. My husband doesn’t realize that he stepped on my toes (it did hurt a little), and motivated me at the same time. I figured out my problem….prioritizing, it’s essential if you are working from home or doing anything that requires your time and hard work.
Do you have a person that motivates you, or an accountability partner? They don’t have to necessarily know they are responsible for motivating or keeping you accountable. If you choose to let them know, that’s fine, I just figured people have enough on their plate and helping to motivate or keep you accountable is just something else they have to do. I just mentally made that note and applied it accordingly. My children also motivate me to keep the spirit of youth and don’t forget to have fun. We get so caught up in our lives, work, bills, raising children that I sometimes forget to take the time and just be. And last, my girlfriends will keep it real, telling you the truth about everything else when you find the time to spend with them. I’m sure as I blog more and I build my following, you all will keep me motivated and accountable. Tell me what you think, have a great week.