We're all designed to serve a significant purpose in this world. Some of us know exactly what that purpose is and some of us are still struggling to find it. It is my belief that
living life on purpose and having goals to shoot for keep us moving, productive, and fulfilled.
But, what happens when you don't know what you want? What if the thing you want now isn't something you'll probably want in the long run? After all, that old saying, "Be careful what you wish for," is truth. Some things we see in our minds are not always compatible with our reality. Does this mean we should NEVER desire to achieve, dream, or have things? Absolutely not.
In fact, we must make very clear our hopes and aspirations so we'll know what exactly we're fighting for each day.
I ask myself all the time: What do you want? For the most part my answers haven't deviated over the years. Among them consists of the following:
writing inspiring, uplifting, and helpful material
penning best-selling middle grade & YA fiction
Being a creative entrepreneur
There are other personal and professional goals I have that I've written about previously, but in a nutshell I've always wanted to create something meaningful that would not just help myself but other people, too.
Who knows, a year from now this blog could potentially be a hot spot for inspiration, a successful writing journey, and continued documentation of how things have changed dramatically (in GREAT ways). A best-selling novel wouldn't hurt, either. #justsaying
Anyways, any time I attempt to slow down or renege on a daily post, I remind myself of my goals. I must remind myself what I'm fighting for daily.
One thing I'm hoping to do is to get back on track with my writing. As you've probably noticed it's been a good minute since I've done a Launch a Bestseller post. I have to get back on it. I must stay consistent. That's the only thing that's going to further me in this process. Stick with it. Don't give up.