Today, my solo cup is filled with Transparency.
I've deemed this week's blog posts a series of five, so if you're just tuning in - start on Monday. I thought it might be interesting to share my detox experience day by day, rather than just a single post at the onset and a final post upon completion. What about what's in between, eh. I mean that is the meat of it. Especially with this detox that has 3 liquid-only days smack dab in the middle. Is that a good thing? At this point, yes. I am looking forward to a big salad filled with mixed greens, fresh veggies, and some
grilled chicken on the side, as a final meal for a few days and in about an hours time.
So, what can I say about Day 2. Easy breezy. Piece of cake. No sweat.
In fact, my internal clock woke me up filled with energy and ready to go at 5:55 a.m. Anyone who knows me understands that this is just not normal. I love to sleep in and when I do have to get up before 7:30 - 8:00 a.m., it isn't easy nor is it welcomed. Points!
To maintain a connection to my purpose as a business professional and solopreneur, I thought I would use this space (and week) to share a short term goal and what I plan to do to achieve it. Reporting on its progress each day. Then, if you are so inclined, you can chime in and make suggestions to help me along.
Short Term Goal: Devise a promotion that will include a package service offering that I can solicit to local businesses to gain new clientele and deepen my experience as a content creator, copyeditor, social media manager and website developer.
Resources: Experience, superb graphic designer on team, dedicated creative time each day, internet, top-notch colleagues that are always willing to help, and a gallon of distilled maple syrup lemon water.
Barriers: None - oh wait - possibly a multitude of restroom breaks but I can take my work with me.
Step One: Figure out what I will offer and establish price point.
Stop by tomorrow to see what I've come up with.
Have a nice dinner!
Christina, our President & Director of Content, loves to write about anything. The only thing missing is the assignment. Just give her a topic and she's off - to stimulate her word generator and exercise her research skills to deliver content that is entertaining, relevant, and timely.