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Rated: E · Essay · Business · #2179469
The lessons of this year.
This has been a year of change for me. I have dedicated myself to my business and moving my life forward. I have decided that there has to be changes in myself in order to move forward.

My relationship with my mother has always been troubled. She focuses on the negative side of life. I am a naturally positive person, and I have learned that is fine. Instead of letting myself get involved in my mother's negativity, I have learned, through my struggles with her, that I deserve to have everything I want in my life, and that I can have it if I work for it.

I have also learned that I can shape my own dreams. I am a published author with two books, so far, under my belt. This accomplishment has reaffirmed for me that work can give me what I want in my life. I have a group that I truly believe will work, instead of always wondering what I am doing wrong.

When I looked back on my group, I was wondering what I was doing wrong, but instead of letting that hurl me into shutting down the group, I searched for a way to become a better leader for my members and myself. I began taking a leadership course.

I spent most of 2018 avoiding conversations with my boyfriend about my business because I felt like he was not listening. I discussed my plans for my program “Hey! Let’s Get Your Book Written”, and he was as supportive as I could have ever asked for. I had lost sight of the fact that we are a team and we both know that.

All in all, 2018 has taught me that my dreams and goals are worthy. I need to pursue them because I am worthy.

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