A prologue is separate to the main story. It may not feature the promises you made or the challenges you accepted a few years ago, but your story can now evolve in the directions you want and crave.
1. a separate introductory section of a literary, dramatic, or musical work.
2. an event or act that leads to another.
Your children might be heading back to school, freeing you to pick up your intentions and conquer that long overdue to do list?
You might be getting ready to reopen after a year of uncertainty and challenges?
Your prologue is only the beginning. It adds depth, background, context and meaning to how the following chapters unfold.
What makes a good book? One that stands out amongst the rest, has meaning, is like no other?
👀 See where I’m heading here?!
You can choose to tell your 2020-2021 story and/or you can choose to use it to evolve and shape your future.
What you have endured, juggled and learned is eye opening and brings opportunity.
This last year has taught us things about ourselves we never knew existed. How we handle and manage situations, how we care for ourselves (or not), how we challenge feelings of emotional discomfort and what’s lacking from our “tool kit”.
🤔 What’s next?
Chapter One: In order to move forward revisit your why and where your clients/customers fit in to your story. Your intentions become clear, your values are relatable and your content isn’t a rehashed version of what someone else has already done.
🚀 How to get there?
Find 10 minutes to write down your thoughts, create bitesized targets, look to where you find inspiration and make sure you find ways to get to know yourself and your business again. If you’re not in love & invested in what you do, then how can you expect others to be…
Wishing you all the happiness and productivity you deserve for the weeks, months and years ahead. ✨
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