Every year at about this time, I buy my new calenders and I begin my ritual of reflecting on the past 11 months. I like to see…what panned out, what didn’t, what lessons have I learned, what mistakes will I not make again? I really enjoy the time looking back at my calendar (yes, my paper calender with all my scribbles & scratches!) and seeing what happened each month. So true, the older we get the faster time goes. I especially see this with my kids. After I review the year, I like to make goals for the next year. I put my goals in three categories: family, biz and third is a grouping of friends/community/volunteer. Juggling everything is constant evaluation that I make daily. Looking back, I realize I had spread myself too thin throughout the year. I truly believe its better to decline some situations if you can’t give it your all, then say yes and not be “present.” As difficult as that may be…that’s one lesson I’ve learned this year. I also really like to analyze my mistakes, learn the lesson & let go of the negativity associated with the mistake. No need to hold on. I like moving into the new year with a clean slate. It feel empowering. What are your goals? Mistakes? Lesson learned? I’d love to hear about them! Enjoy the Holiday season!
About Sandy Abrams
Sandy Abrams made her dream come true when she had an Ah-ha moment & turned it into a multi-million dollar biz (www.moisturejamzz.com). A self-taught entrepreneur, Sandy had the passion & persistence to roll up her sleeves & learn on the fly. After years of sweat equity, she turned her naivite into success and savvy.
Her signature product, Moisture Jamzz Moisture Gloves quickly became a top-selling accessory in the beauty/spa industry, sold in Bed, Bath & Beyond, LinensNThings, QVC, Bloomingdales and private labeled for some of the biggest names in beauty: Estee Lauder, Bath & Body Works, H2O PLUS, Crabtree & Evelyn, Bare Escentuals.
To help others turn their ideas into reality, Sandy published, Your Idea, Inc. (www.yourideainc.com) and put her inspirational, motivational advice & anecdotes into this entrepreneurial guide book. Her casual, conversational tone feels like a best friend who has been there, done that & is now sharing her wisdomand her mistakes!
Sandy is a mom to two teenage boys.