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Monthly Archives: December 2011
By: Amber Ludwig
We are all winding down the 2011 year (hard to believe it went by so quickly!) and resting up to take charge in early 2012. It is important to really take that time to REST because January is an often hectic month where business owners, like you and me, are eager to expand, build and conquer. We are FULL of inspiration and creative ideas. Many also feel financial pressure from spending a little too much over the holidays and expansion in business usually requires a budget to play with. Today I hope to provide some tips for consideration to help you through this transition.
Now is the time to set goals for the New Year. Now, usually when we set New Year’s goals, they tend to be “Lose Weight” or “Make Money” or “Quit This” or “Start That.” This is an AWFUL way to set goals! You are basically setting yourself up for failure because there isn’t a benchmark for success and they tend to be “all or nothing” which is a scary goal to have.
By: Amber Ludwig
Read my latest guest article posted on ConsciousDivas.com this morning! Read below for a sampling…
Though I’m only a budding 28 year old, I realized a breakthrough mentality in my life and just had to share it with you!
If you’re a regular reader, by now you’ve heard my story of being a completely lost and depressed teen. You know the type that ate lunches along, cried most nights in bed and felt largely friendless? I had NO CLUE why these feelings of confusion and depression overcame me, or how long they would take up residence in my life, but they sure ate away at me.
From there, with a whole lotta faith and perseverance, I discovered the tools of business success in my tool box. I was 19 and attending college when I started working with a huge national marketing company. Life started to return. The recognition and achievements at my work was all I needed to start to turn my life around. Being lonely and small no longer served me – but BOY did that serve an important purpose.