Just saying the year 2020 makes me think of the Jetsons cartoon that I used to watch as a kid, but where are all the flying cars and the robots that should be cleaning my house for me? 🙂
I may still have to load our dishwasher, but I’m excited about a new year. It’s like a fresh start.
These last few weeks of the year are a perfect time to be thinking about what you want 2020 to look like.
Can I be honest with you?
I’ve read so many books about goal setting and achieving goals, being productive and focused yet I’ve failed so many times.
I find myself being busy, but not always on the most important work. I work from home and I wouldn’t change that for anything, but having a toddler clamoring for my attention at all times makes it challenging to get things done.
Over the years I’ve set goals and failed to meet them and then felt like setting goals wasn’t for me.
But I can go back into my journal and see where I’ve written down some pretty major things and I’m living out right now what I wrote in my journal. So I’m not a complete failure. 🙂
I will always be a student of how to be more productive because time is precious and I think setting goals is important, but I no longer let it bother me if I fall short. Because as I look back over the last 11 years of having my own business I can clearly see that I’ve progressed Business is better than it was and I’m doing work that I love.
So let me encourage you if you feel like you’ve been a failure at setting goals. Your goals can be in pencil which means they can be revised. The important thing is to write something down, take action on it, and review those goals often. If 3 months down the road you need to change the goal do it and don’t feel bad about it. Just keep moving forward daily on those actions that will move your business forward.
By God’s grace Ryan has built a thriving online business with multiple streams of income ranging from selling physical products to a variety of books and courses on the topic of starting and growing an online business. Ryan’s passion is to help people discover their gifts and talents and use them to fulfill their purpose in life – thus the reason for this book.
Ryan is happily married to his wife, Melane, and is a proud father to his son, Callen. They reside in Southlake, TX.