In 2010 I practised writing my goals daily and one of the goals was to become a published author. I didn’t know what exactly I wanted to write about but I wanted to be a writer.
Four years later it became reality and even though I’ve only co-authored the book I feel really proud of being in the company of amazing and powerful women who have found their voices via Social Media.
This opportunity came to me almost out of the blue. One lady who have downloaded my ebook “Facebook Made Easy in 18 Simple Steps” introduced me to the creator of this project Carla Wynn Hall who invited me to become one of 44 co-authors of “Empowered Women of Social Media: 44 Women Found their Voices Using the Power of Social Networking”
What I like about this book is that stories of these women inspires to look at life from a different perspective. I admire strength and resilience of my fellow co-authors.
The fact that this ebook is out today proved me that writing your goals daily works, I haven’t done it for ages. Here is how you do it:
Start your morning with writing down things that you want to achieve. It needs to be stated in the present tense as if it is already completed.
For instance, I’ve finished my new book by the end of December 2014. I exercise daily.
It needs to be positive.
For instance, I have friendly relationships with my colleagues instead of I don’t argue with my colleagues.
As for the time reference for your goal. There are many theories about whether you need to put the deadline for your goals or not.
I do like the concept that everything comes at the right time. Though I think time reference to your goal is helpful.