This is a collaborative post between me and Will Vanhook- my Entrepreneur friend and Business CPA. Below are Will’s tips to use your tax refund for your business goals, along with my process on how I put his ideas into action.
This year is summed up in one word: Evolve.
It consisted of self-reflection and evaluation of my life and business. I’ve grown as a parson and learned (finally admitted to myself) that there are things that I need to change for the better and have a better mindset. Continue reading “2014 Updates”
Day 6: #FeelGoodBlogging Challenge – Vulnerability
Now, I have no problem being vulnerable. That’s what makes us human and “real”. The question is what to write about since I’ve written a few things already that were vulnerable.
Here is a post I wrote a couple years ago about change and taking risks in my life. Change and risks are scary, but it’s also how we grow.
Now, I thrive on change. It’s my adrenaline rush.
Day 2 of #FeelGoodBlogging Challenge- Finding my Passion. It’s a pretty long story so I tried to summarize it here. I hope it inspires you to find yours. Continue reading “Finding my Passion”
What a year and they only go by faster as we get older. But coffee helps accomplish all that needs doing. And boy was this another big year. The biggest yet, actually. Continue reading “Take Opportunity Risks”
Have you ever had your career planned out? Or at least been set on your main goals? Then the years fly by and the next thing you know, you’re not where you thought you’d be at this point in your life? Continue reading “Re-evaluating Career to Move Forward”
When I was working on my English degree, I had a tug-of-war about what to do with my life. I knew I wanted to write. But had yet to figure out what to write about.
I got grief from everyone around me. “You’ll be a starving artist,” or, “So, you want to be a teacher?” I knew I wanted to write fiction just as a hobby. I didn’t specifically want to be a teacher, at the time. So, I began to doubt myself and changed majors. Continue reading “Taking a step back to go foward”