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This is such a challenging topic for me;

  • My business head says you need goals for the short term, medium term and long term. Where will you be in 2, 5 and 10 years?
  • My spiritual mind says don’t worry about tomorrow. All you have is the present, focus on being all you can be in this moment.

When I try and plan the future it’s a struggle, who knows what could happen politically, economically, socially, what will the trendy’s be in 2-5 years?

When I live in this day and this moment and do all I can NOW I experience incredible results and so much peace.

I have a business plan and strategy for the future, when I’m focused on that plan it feels like such a struggle. There is so much that’s out of my hands. I sell clothing, I don’t know who will purchase from me today or this week. I do all I can do in terms of Marketing etc but there’s still no guarantees. Business is a risk and takes so much faith.

I like to focus on doing the best I can today, which what I have. That’s in my hands, that’s what I can control.

The bigger picture is important. It sets your intention and your Why. It’s your destination. You can check that your GPS for the day is pointing in the right direction, then you get your head down and focus on the roads and mauves in front of you.

Bit by bit it’s a synch.

Slow and steady wins the race.

Enjoy – don’t endure – the journey.

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Camelle Daley

Camelle Daley

I’m a natural motivator and encourager. This is my blog, this is me. Here I give myself permission to #BeMe. I write my thoughts and feelings about life for anyone who’s interested.

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