There’s just some times you need to take intentional action. This is one of those times for me.
I’ve been doing this newsletter for over four years, and it’s been a great pleasure to interact with this small community. But, as you might know, my primary focus is on building small businesses. I’m a member of Small Fish Business Coaching, serving small business owners in northern Colorado and around the world.
So I’d like to ask your patience and support as I put this newsletter away. It’s served many people well, but I have to place my effort elsewhere. If you’re interested in following Small Fish, check out my Northern Colorado Small Business blog or my Values Based Business blog. As a group, we also have a newsletter which you can subscribe to here.
How does this relate to what you might be dealing with?
Especially as we enter into a new year, it’s a good time to ask yourself:
- What’s working for me?
- What do I love?
- What do I want to spend more time and energy on?
You’ll notice that I start first with the positive version of these questions, because I find that helps to build energy and focus. Only then should you look for opportunities to get rid of tasks and to disengage.
So as you enter into 2015, what do you want to focus on, to grow and prosper?