There is so much to do, and most of us are either too busy talking about it, or too busy looking for a shortcut. Yet nothing worthwhile comes from taking a shortcut, at least not in my book. For years I have said, “you become a Entrepreneur when you learn how to spell the word” in order to motivate myself to not only speak words, but to really live them, know the meaning of them and yes, actually learn how to spell them. How many people know how to spell the word Entrepreneur? Do you?
Years ago, my first ever manager in Corporate America said something to me that I have never quite forgotten. She said, “ slow and steady wins the race.” It was difficult for me (a person who tends to do things fast) to accept that there might be another way. I could not comprehend how it was, that moving slower, could lead to a win.
I recently met someone while I was traveling. We had an absolutely adorable meet cute, and it was followed by one of the most meaningful exchanges of words that I’ve ever had. For the first time in a very long time, I had this incredible penpal.
Travel. Write. Photograph. Switch it up. Quit. Speak up. Don’t take no for an answer. Find a way. Contribute to multiple businesses and inspirational organizations. Try everything inspiring. Leave. Stay. Play. Wear glitter every day. Innovate. Inspire. Move. Fly. Smile. Say yes and…