As the year comes to a close, it seems timely to reflect on what I’ve learned this year, both personally and professionally.
Like most women, I find my work and family life often overlap, each impacting who I am, what I do and how I think.
To me, 2013 was a year of personal and business growth, loss and gain. It was a year of transition, as we moved from our family home of 28 years and with it came adjustments and change.
1. Selling a home is a lengthy, stressful process.
2. Decluttering frees you from the past.
3. With old friends, you can pick up where you left off.
4. When you meet a kindred spirit, you can become instant good friends.
5. Losing a pet is tough.
6. Being generous with your time can mean a lot to other people.
1. Near perfect is OK
2. Ignore competition. Believe and stay true to your vision.
3. Step outside your comfort zone, and doors open.
4. Pay attention to synchronicity, it can lead to great outcomes
5. Do the math. Make sure everything is included before you set a price.
6. Do what you love, delegate the rest.
What about you? What have you learned about yourself this year?