How does one know when enough is enough and its time to move onto another dream, another idea? Based on my experiences in goal attainment thus far, I would say if the burning desire far outweighs any inkling to quit, you have to keep going. Dig deep and insulate yourself from all the negative opinions by believing in yourself. Fire up your grit and persistence, go for gold!
Another very important lesson I’ve learned along the way is to be patient and know when to strike.
“Patience is power. Patience is not an absence of action; rather it is “timing” it waits on the right time to act, for the right principles and in the right way.” ― Fulton J. Sheen
Find that one thing that is unique about you and embrace it, it’s what makes you, you.
Too often we want to conform to what society tells us we should do or be but you should only do so if and when it aligns with your goals, values and beliefs. Challenge the status quo people, you are entitled to it.
Be grateful there is only one you……there wasn’t one before and there won’t be one after…there is only one Lilianna Kovacevic and that is downright cool with me!
A great way to celebrate ‘you’ is to put up pictures or accolades you received over the years which brought you the joy, happiness and confidence you might be lacking right now. Go back to those moments to draw inspiration for your next venture. These are your affirmations that you can achieve your goals no matter what the setbacks might be.
Here’s to celebrating more of you and less of everyone else.
Wishing you all a great week!
Whether you are a parent, teacher or manager what makes you an effective leader is your ability to truly engage, collaborate and influence. Do this and the discretionary effort will follow as a result of trust, good rapport and walking your talk e.g. achieving a mutual agreed goal.