Time. It’s all we have to make the most of life. That’s why 365 days of getting it done has been resurrected.
Lately, there’s been an unsettling in my thoughts. There’s too much drive and energy going on now and it needs to be shared with the world. We live in a time that needs more sharing of positive energy.
For those that might be reading up on 365 days of getting it done, this blog was created as an outlet to drive my new role as a state sales manager for online advertising company. That was almost (if it isn’t already) twelve months ago. Fast forward to today and I’m now a Brand Development Manager for a new business in Australia. The task is pretty simple – get a new product out to the Australian market place.
The reason for the resurrection of this blog is just as simple as the task above. To share the challenges, victories and every day bits and pieces (or every 2nd, 3rd or 4th day depending on time) with those who are possibly on the same path or just looking for an easy read for the day. My head is clearer than it was when this blog first started so the posts should be more aligned to the initial goal of getting it done!
As is stands, and another reason for bringing life back to this beautiful creation, is that I’m treading in new waters with my career. There’s a massive shake up going on within our company which makes delivering a new business/product all the more interesting. That’s why I need to share this journey. Life, no matter our station, will continue to deliver new challenges and we need to be able to be there for each other – to stand strong and united in a common cause to make this world a better place. With everything that is going on, we need a connection to bring our collective spirits and aspirations together and shine among a world that is on shaky grounds – we need to be continually improving
So, in summary – 365 days is alive again. I’m challenged by bigger and better directives, I want to share with you and inspire you and vice-versa… we are all in this together!
“If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.”