Think BIG, but Start Small

I always find that September is a great time to go back over my New Years goals and see where I’m at, assess and then most likely create new ones depending on how things are going. Seems to fit with the spirit of learning with kids going back to school. I’ve been doing a lot of reading and am taking a biz class of sorts and something that stood out to me was that successful biz owners Think Big but Start Small. Sounds simple enough right? But it can be tricky, putting some of those BIG ideas on the back burner. (It’s so hard for me!) I think this principle applies to all aspects of our lives -not just biz. I’m finding it helpful with parenting, creativity, general health goals and everything really. I feel like sometimes I have so many branches of growth sprouting up in my life and growing at different speeds – it can def be hard to attend to all of them, giving them the care that they need. But I’m trying to step back and assess the essentials and choose what needs most care. (Which can be hard to decipher some times!). Have you read Essentialism by Greg McKeoen? I so appreciate the advice to start early and small on your big ideas. Finding minimal ways to work on bigs goals right now and each day. I have such big goals I can feel overwhelmed at times. Goals for my house, my family, my marriage, my career, my health etc. To beat burnout I’m learning I can do something small for each of these each day. What about you? Do you find this to be true? How do you “create a routine that enshrines the essential?” As McKeoen suggests. Any experiences you can share? 

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