New Terrain, Or Still The Same?

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It’s been a while since I’ve written a post, and quite frankly, I didn’t know if I would ever write a blog post again. I’ve been on a cloud looking out over “The Sea of Possibility.” And, while I was looking on new terrain, I didn’t only see the terrain, I saw everything else around it. I saw the sky, the sea, the trees, the birds, the creatures, and the lovely elements of nature. These are wonderful things to see, but sometimes we need to find a way to translate them into something of value, and purpose, to be able to share with others.

That’s how it is for many of us. While we are walking along a path, and we are looking at our possibilities, we get sidetracked by the things we see, and begin to wonder where to start from, and how to get there.

I’ve often heard that the best plan is to look at the end first, and then maneuver your way backwards. This is great. We can do this. We create vision boards and make plans, but we often don’t know where to begin. Really begin.

Ask Yourself:

What do I really want to do?
Is there anything that I can give that will be of value to others?
How do I combine these two things to make me happy and to help others?

The best plan I’ve ever had, where I’d gotten the most done, and moved forward, was to do a 30 day schedule.

You may be thinking… boring… not adventuresome, or uninspiring.

However, it really can be a great way to work your inspiration, and adventures, into where you want to go. Include them inside your schedule.

You don’t want to stay the same. You want to set out on that new terrain… so start here. It will not only help you get started, it will also increase your efficiency muscle.

Make a 30 day schedule. Take 10-11 things and plan your most important things each day.  You will be amazed that if you do this, it will take less time than if you just wing it. If you become committed to this schedule, you will actually become more efficient as the days go by. Take breaks in between, and don’t forget to use your timer.  This is crucial.

Here are some examples:

Prayer and/or affirmations
Read each day at least 10 pages
Write each day at least for 30 minutes
Make a video to give someone some value, or to encourage others
Learn something new and practice it
Devote time to your most important business project
Create a vision board and look at it daily

You will find that if you do a 30 day schedule each month, you will also find more time to sit on your cloud and look out over, “The Sea of Possibility.”

Step onto “New Terrain.”

Call to Action: Make a 30 day schedule

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Live 2 Inspire~
BG Jenkins

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BG is a wife, mother of 2, grandmother of 3, and a former realtor living in South Texas. Her current ventures are in the area of affiliate marketing, writing, and spending time with her family.

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4 thoughts on “New Terrain, Or Still The Same?”

  1. Hi Brenda,
    Good to see you made a new blog post. Great ideas. I’m not sure I can do a whole month plan at a time but I’m willing to try.

    Thanks for sharing your examples and the inspiration to just “do something” and not over-think every little detail.

    Have a great weekend.

  2. Well hello BJ,
    I was doing research on you as I am featuring you as the member of the week for PAC. I will tag you.

    We do know that you are very busy with your family right now. When you take a new path we do hope it brings you back to PAC. Reading over your blog I remember just how much I loved your writing.

    Making a monthly plan is a very good idea. I am focusing on weekly plans with a printed out calendar but doing it for the month with ideas to work on that month just makes a lot of sense to me.

    Wishing you and your family all the best in the new year and of course you will have a wonderful Christmas with your family. We do miss you. Lesly insisted that I still include you.
    All the best BJ.

    1. Hi Kathryn,

      Thanks so much. I appreciate that. Yes, I need to get back to it for sure. Trying to find my focus for blogging. I find that planning helps me. I know you always have one prepared and something I’ve always admired. Again, thanks so much for promoting my blog. It may be the push I need to get back to it! Merry Christmas and Happy New Years! I’m still watching all of you! 🙂

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