How’s 2018 going so far? Are you powering out on your 2018 plan or are those New Year’s Resolutions distant memories? We all have good intentions and we’re all capable of letting those good intentions be swept aside by the crisis of the moment and the stress of daily living.
Coming off the holidays I’m sure we’ve all eaten our share (and more) of things that aren’t good for us. Let’s face it, the holidays are a great time to let down our guard and indulge in decadent choices without a whole lot of guilt.
2018 is just around the corner. Have you made your 2018 New Year’s resolutions or did you give up on that tradition years ago? If you’ve rejected resolutions outright, you at least owe it to yourself to create a bucket list.
Was 2017 better for you than 2016? If not, maybe it’s time to invoke Einstein’s genius thinking “You can’t solve a problem with the same mind that created it.”
In my last blog “3 Enterprising Ways to Fortify Your Legal Nurse Consulting Business with a Strategic Plan” I discussed the importance of having a strategic plan. However, having a plan is more important than the contents of the actual plan itself.
It’s hard to believe that 2017 is almost over. I hope it’s been all you’ve desired and more. If not, I’d like to share a favorite quote from Stedman Graham.
Yesterday was not one of my better days. The technology crisis was the least of the disappointments I experienced. I had to remind myself of my very own Thought for Success: “It’s not how you perform when everything is working; it’s how you perform when it’s not that counts.”
It’s the day after Thanksgiving and you’re probably still full, and possibly comatose from the tryptophan in the roasted turkey, not to mention the piles of dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, candied sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry dressing, various and sundry pies and all the other stuff you only eat once a year (Oh, did I remember to mention the yeast rolls and butter?).
Success is spelled in many ways. For one Certified Legal Nurse Consultant it’s money in the bank. For another it’s the luxury of spending more time with family. It’s your success; spell it the way you want.
Time is a measurable commodity. It’s one of the few things in the world that is consistent, limited and applies to everyone equally. We all have a limited time on the planet, and while we’re here, we all get the same 24 hours each day.