With a new year here I think we all look back at the past year to remember the bad and the good that’s occurred. Now I’ve heard a lot of people say that 2017 wasn’t a great year, but it was a great year for me on a personal level. I wanted to write a quick thank you post to the people who’ve made it so and to sum of the year.
Things I’ve learned this year:
You can do more than you think you can!
No matter who says you can’t. No matter who gives you negative vibes and no matter what you think about yourself, you can do it! When you learn to set those issues aside and push pass them your goals and blessings will come to pass. Eye on the prize, even when you don’t know what the heck that prize is!
People enter and exit your life for a reason.
Don’t fight that process. Let what needs to happen, happen. Learn from each situation and relationship. Each one will make you a smarter and stonger person.
Confidence is a muscle that needs exercise.
This is a part of life that I think everyone struggles with. As any other person who starts a business or ventures into new projects can tell you, confidence right off the bat can be nearly impossible. Although with anything in life with a little education and practice your stability and confidence will grow. So start that project or business because you may be completely lost now but you won’t be forever.
Your position in life now will most likely change within this year.
Good or bad there will be changes throughout the year that will change your life. I am naturally a pessimist, something I’m trying to change. Although when you are going through rough patches in life it can be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. The important thing to keep in mind is that your situation will change throughout the year. It’s up to you what those changes will be and how they will affect you.
I have so many new goals for the year that I have already started to work on. What are your goals for 2018? Let me know in the comments and on social media.
Lastly I’d like to thank people who I work with and who I’ve worked with in the past. The ability to grow through collaborations and relationships is a process I’ve greatly appreciated.