Day 2 went overall well. Some work, some social time, even a bit of dancing, and lots of downtime.
A client of mine paid for coaching. Woo hoo $500!
Met some great people at Self Spark's Seattle "Getting Stuff Done" day and learned more about their event coming up in Seattle in January for which they are looking for speakers. Will definitely apply!
Got lots of work done, had a great meeting with my manager and lined up work for next week while I will be in Vancouver.
Had an awesome session with my financial adviser, got more ideas about my possible niches: teach small businesses project management skills as well as consult them with project management and help them organized. Something to ponder, I think I will like it and will use all my business analyst/project manager/coach skills for that!
Had some relaxing downtime with good company and then slept for 12 hours! Wow I needed that after sleeping for 3-5 hours for the last few nights.
As long as I take action every day on my goal without attachment to result I am moving forward
Sometime downtime and rest is more important than action. If I don't get my batteries re-charged, action is busy and unproductive
Doing things that are slightly out of my comfort zone (like making connections and considering public speaking) is mandatory for growth
It's important to focus on what I aim for and not on what I don't want or I don't yet have
it's important to celebrate the wins rather than look on what else I could have done in the day