This is a good day to identify 29 ways to make a change (or not) in 2020.
I will list out the first five of the twenty-nine here. However, if you need an understanding of the remaining twenty-four, register to join our thirty-minute online group conference call on Tuesday, January 7, 2020, at 7:00 pm eastern.
The First Five ~
- Stop making plans and start doing the project
- Often, we will plan to the point we lose interest in a project. Work the plan.
- I take a project such as Ready Magazine, receiving the vision, and I went to work. I did not have a six-month launch date. I had a 30-day launch date. It helped me see the project to completion. Now I’m working backward with ease.
- Jeremiah 29:11, “For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord.”
- “We can make our plans, but the Lord determines our steps” Proverbs 16:9 NLT
- Exchange services
- Need help with launching a business idea or a nonprofit? Have a lack of funds to get up and run your business? Exchange services.
- For example, I am not an accountant. Numbers are boring for me to do regularly. Therefore, I exchange services with a bookkeeper/accountant. They keep the books, and I help them with writing their books. It’s a win-win.
- Be willing to ask for help
- If you appear to be a stand-alone person, no one will ask you if you need help. You have to reach out and ask someone to help you if you need assistance.
- Stop saying ‘Yes’ to everything
- You’ve said ‘Yes’ so many times you no longer have room on your schedule for ‘you,’ your needs, your wants, your desires, what you need to soar, etc. This is covered more in-depth on the tip Soul Care, but I must say…be willing to turn down invites.
- Take the time to listen
- Sit in a meeting or on a conference call and listen.
- Allow for silence.
- At times the information may be hard to digest. Listen anyway.
Click this link 29_Tips. Want the remaining twenty-four? Register today for the 30-minute online group conference call. I will also take questions during that time for anyone who would like to stay on the line for an additional fifteen minutes.
Happy New Year!