Cerato when you are not sure about a decision and ask for others advice.
Gentian for when you experience a setback, and it knocks you off course.
Gorse for when you have given up all hope.
Scleranthus when you are having trouble with a choice of two options.
Wild Oat when you are uncertain about your direction in life.
SETTING YOUR GOALS FOR THE NEW YEAR.
When you’re setting your goals, it’s a good idea to keep these goals in mind…. SMART. We have given you new courses, zoom classes, and a working sangha – the rest is up to you.
- Specific: It’s not enough to say that you want more sales. Instead, your goal should be “I want to increase my sales by 10%” or “I want to earn $120,000 in the next 12 months.” Those are both very specific goals that leave no wriggle room..
- Measurable: You may have heard the quote “What gets measured gets managed” Your goals must have some kind of measurement attached to them – either in dollars, subscribers, followers, or another countable figure.
- Attainable: It’s great to dream about doubling or tripling your income, but unless you have a solid plan, you might just find yourself discouraged at the end of the year if your goals are not truly attainable.
- Realistic: In order for a goal to be realistic, you have to have the skills to pull it off. If you haven’t got those skills, get them.
- Time-based: Good goals have a hard deadline. What incentive do you have for working on it today?
TATTOOS: I was going to advertise TINY TATTOOS – $50 For the month of January, but I am struggling to get the right needles. I am down to my last, and all the usual suppliers are sold out… If I can scrounge some needles from other tattoo shops I will let you know and then we will be on. The tattoos can be in henna colour or black only, no bigger than a 50cent piece. You can use one of my designs or your own – by appointment only, no drop ins.
I am looking forward to the new year and seeing you in the studio.