Y’all know I don’t even blog on a Tuesday, but that Golden State win was blog worthy for anyone who is passionate about taking a non-traditional career path. I particularly wanna talk about what I learned watching KD (Kevin Durant) for those of you who are not fluent in basketball (and don’t feel bad I only know a little basketball).
So, here’s the back story for those who don’t know and for those who do don’t judge my sketchy details. Durant used to play for OKC the team was great, but couldn’t win a ring. He left and people accused him of chasing a ring and not being loyal…blah…blah…blah
Since GSW are celebrating a win that means he chased that ring in the right direction and here are three things we can learn from his pursuit.
Three lessons from KD’s win:
1️⃣ To level up sometimes means you have to leave the space and place where you’re most comfortable. You might be functioning well there, but are you fulfilled? Yes, Durant, Westbrook, and the bearded one were an awesome trio, but they couldn’t take him where he wanted to go. Many people criticized his decision, but it looks like a smart choice. Be careful when listening to critics because most often the people criticizing you can’t get you where you want to go, but will be quick to tell you how to get there.
2️⃣ Be appreciative enough of the gift to be humble and wise enough to know you’re gifted and conduct yourself as such. In the face one of basketball’s greats, Bron Bron KD didn’t falter or faint. There was no time for to think man he’s great I wish I was too. He played in his greatness.
3️⃣ Because you’ve lost before doesn’t mean you can’t ever win. Stay in the game.
Now when you’re ready to stop playing by the rules you usually play by and ready to work with a winning team to #getyourInheritance book a Publishing Pow-Wow and evaluate your marketing game, so you can bring home the championship.
Did you learn anything from last night’s game or the series? Share your insight with me.
Let’s face it–everyday you’re not going to love your business, especially in its early stages, but here are four ways to keep the fire burning.
1. Celebrate and memorialize your accomplishments. Hang up photos of you with your products, of you at events doing your thing, and photos of you with your clients. When you’re feeling down about your progress or lack thereof just look up.
2. Form a mastermind group with other mompreneurs. When you have people who are just as passionate as you are rooting for you and willing to help you come up with solutions for your family and business that makes it much easier to remain in the game.
3. Take a break. Step away from the business, get back to being a mom and reconnect with your source, God.
4. Change your work hours. Are you putting in work during the hours when you’re the least productive? Sometimes as a mom and an entrepreneur your work hours become the midnight hours, but that might not be the actual time your brain functions best. You have to create a schedule that will allow you to work when you’re most productive.
Houston might not be the country, but it’s new territory and I’m certainly taking my God, His love, and open arms with me to receive all that He will bless me with as I venture forth with my budding literary career. I plan to share the gospel of grace and God’s unfailing love, my testimony, and my debut novel Born at Dawn.
I pray I gain new friends, new readers, and supporters.
I’m growing and I’m going to see the glory of God revealed in all that I do.
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