A new year = new plans...
"What to do next?" is the question that is most on my mind.
What direction do I take my business in? Where else shall I go to perform readings? How do I promote myself so that I can partake in in fairs and fetes across the Newbury area and out in to Berkshire?
How shall I expand my client list? Do I go out and about to the local areas and hand out flyers and business cards? Do I add palmistry and runes to my other forms of divination? Where do I study? How shall I learn? Who shall I practice with?
What topics shall I discuss on here, colours and their meaning within tarot? The elements of Fire, Air, Earth and Water? Star signs and it's influence, how they can help give a timeline for upcoming events? Do I start giving talks on Tarot Reading and Tarot Cards? Am I experienced enough? Shall I start doing Tarot based guided meditations, and if so, where?
As you can see, my mind is full of questions and I'm not sure where to begin. One thing at a time, I know :)
What do you think?
But as of yet, I'm still learning, myself, about the gifts I have and to tap into them.
Then there's the matter of getting this site to where I want it to be... So many things, so little time. It'll get there, one day at a time. :)
There are so many possibilities and avenues, it can be overwhelming as, like most people, I want to do it all at once to find out what works and what doesn't. Deep, deep breath in, then out, Dear Reader, and I'll do what's next.
Do you have any resolutions? Mine are still on going but maybe this year ahead will be my year and I'll finish what I set out to accomplish, and the happiness within myself that goes with it.
Resolutions are hard things to accomplish, especially when it involves breaking old habits. Did you know that it can take as long as 30 days minimum, to break an old habit? And then another 90 days to form, develop and maintain a new habit. The best thing to do is introduce an aspect of the change you want to make week by week. Exercising, for example, and introducing a new regime step by step into your life, before changing your eating habits.
So if you're setting out to break an old habit which you think is bad for you, give yourself some mini-goals to help you as you work towards your main goal. And reward yourself for every single success you have. :) It's important and don't ask something of yourself you know you can't maintain, and may not succeed at straight away. Otherwise you may feel like you have let yourself down and you don't want that. Baby steps.
Ok, that's my "Dear Jane" moment over with. Promise. :) Whatever your resolutions may be, I wish you luck and much success.