As the year winds down and 2021 comes to a close, I decided to take stock of the wins I experienced. Granted, not all “wins” are going to be the same for everyone. But this is a good practice to get into as it can help inspire you to do more in the upcoming year.
Recently, I self-published my first book, A Freelancer’s Tale. And although it was a bit of a time-consuming process, I’m now a bit addicted to it. So, my writing goals for 2022 are going to include more publications.
I just read a blog post by my good friend, Chris Desatoff. He was explaining how you don’t have to be a perfectionist to see progress for certain achievements. And this is something I try to spread to anyone who watches my videos or reads my blogs.
At the beginning of the month, I set a goal to make July my most productive month in 2021 in terms of words written. Previously, this record was held in January, when I came out of the corner swinging. I’ve kind of petered out over the months but want to get back on track.