I don’t usually admit this in public but I am (was) a huge fan of “high school musical” I will like to say this came out when I was in high school but sadly I was fully into college One of my favorite songs from the movie was Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron was “the start of something new”
Living in my own world
That anything can happen
When you take a chance
I never believed in What I couldn't see
I never opened my heart
To all the possibilities……….
This could be the start of something new
I feel in my heart (feel in my heart)
The start of something new
The hopeless romantic in me loves this song but as I read this now I see so much more. More than a song. I see myself at some point and I also see you. I know what it is to be at a crossroads when you have a dream to start something but you feel unsure. When I was going to start out as a wedding planner I had a lot of doubts, I...
Happy New Year again; I feel like I will be saying this all January long. What is the time limit on when it is appropriate to stop saying Happy New Year....Does anyone else feel like they don't know when to stop saying it? If I see an old friend in June is a "Happy New Year" greeting still acceptable???? Help a girl out ya'll
Okay let me get to it, I know a lot of new and aspiring planners still have full-time jobs, and sometimes it might feel overwhelming managing your job and your business but time blocking is a skill that will help you this new year. Practicing this over the years helped me run my business successfully even before I knew it was a thing.
It's finally 2022! I absolutely love the holiday season because it is a time I get to unplug and be with family and just soak in all the joy of the season. My favorite thing to do is watch Christmas movies , even though they all have the same plot; I can't help myself. Now that the holiday is over, it is time to get back into the full swing of work.
Most people come into a New Year with a lot of optimism and excitement and big plans for their businesses and lives. However, one thing we know for sure if that it is easy to lose momentum and lose track of your goals when things get busy with work and personal life.
One thing I always recommend is not just making a list of your goals but making a list of things you know that can deter you from your goals. Ask yourself "how I'm I going to stay accountable for the things I have set out to do for my business this year?" What habits are you going to implement to ensure you become the person you said you were...
Hi planners, back in September I charged everyone to start working on the plans for 2021 for their businesses. If you will like to see that blog post click here
Here is a quick snippet:
"This September I want you to write out the plans for your business for 2021. Think about what dreams and desires and goals you want for your business.
-What type of weddings do you want to do in 2021?
-What type of clients will you like to serve in 2021?
The question is what can you do now in the last months of this year to help set you up in the right position to achieve that goal by January 2021?"
You should read the full blog post, I share some reflections from Forbes about 11 ways you can prepare.
For today's post starting off the week and as the year comes to an end I want to make sure you did not read the post but you actually put it to work. I want to also push you a little further and ask that you break up the year into quarters. There are 4 quarters in the year...