So, yeah. It was love-fest 2012 at my office this week as we packed to move and I said goodbye to everyone.
I was showered with gifts and love and all kinds of things and it filled my heart with joy so that it almost burst. This office, unlike so many others I’ve worked in, has loved and appreciated me from the get-go.
Coming from a job where I was screamed at every single day and worn down to a nub, it was like a balm for my soul. People were nice, treated each other well and with respect and it was just a nice place to go every day. (Let’s just take out the last year of it from our memory, mmmkay?)
So, a lovely end to my time at the day job. (Also too: they gave me a wad of cash when I left which was very sweet and more cushion from the Universe!) I danced on outta there and let out a big scream in my car on the highway.
Onward (Christian Soldiers)
Had a call with Andrea last night and hello bootcamp! Goodness. She’s right. It’s time to get active about my business. I’m not nervous about doing stuff or changing stuff up. I know I can do that. It’s not easy – she tells me I give away too much content and that there’s no reason for people to pay me for that information if I give it away all the time. (sigh) I know she’s right.
Today I’m doing chores in between goofing off and looking at next steps. Monday starts bootcamp for real. I am hellbent and determined that I will make this a success and will do whatever I have to so that comes about. Even if it means re-learning how to write so that I’m not giving away the farm. (EEK!)
Expect more snark, more love, more Lisa on these pages. I’m glad to be back.
I’m looking forward to watching this saga unfold! Now you have to start thinking like both an empath *and* a marketer. I predict that you are going to learn a lot as you try to balance being a healer and a businesswoman. I love this journey you’re on.
Thanks for writing this post! I’ve been checking every single day to see how you were summing it all up….
Me, I’m feeling a little sad. Love/home/relationship issues. Sigh.