The year two thousand and eighteen is about setting goals and working my a** off to make sure they happen. Most people associate success with wealth, power, and position! Growing my DREAM, far out weighs the high you get from power and position, believe me! Being a GOAL Digger is no joke, but I have my list of goals and a clear plan of action.
Here’s the Plan
Goal 1 Be a Goal Digger
To be a “Goal Digger”, you have to develop a plan of action and be willing to put the time and energy into achieving it! With a year under our belts at Young & Company, we plan to increase sales from our previous year through calculated marketing, building on our online sales by adding more products and aggressively pursuing brand promotion. We have hired a weekend store keeper to assist us while we promote our brand and shop for talent. Selling our products to others for resale in retail stores locally and nationally, is the goal! Carson is already doing this with her brand, The Typewriter Movement.
Goal 2 Free to be Me Time
Self love is critical in creating a beautiful life for yourself! Balancing work, food, and exercise can be a challenge at times, but the benefit of “ Me Time” is priceless. After a year of hard work building a business, eating better, and exercising regularly, I am happy with my results. I have a daily routine that includes better food choices, exercise, and time for me to do the hobbies I enjoy. A great deal of my happiness comes from creating, designing, and helping others. This year I will continue to work on the physical me, create more, and help others share their talents.
Goal 3 Enjoy this beautiful life of MINE
Changing your professional path is a huge adjustment for anyone, especially when you have invested years of your life doing something. In a sense, the money, relationships, years of hard work, and education define you. Choosing to do something different has been crazy fun, scary, and very rewarding all at the same time. I am more aware than ever that life is short, money doesn’t bring happiness, and new relationships replace the ones you lose. Relationship goals for 2018, coffee on the porch with my favorite guy, weekend fun on the bike, time with my adult children, and day trips with the girls!