Become a Top Wedding Planner . . .And a Whole Lot More

 

You’re ready to be a top wedding planner, your business goals are written and your office is organized. You have chosen to help others realize a dream, but are you taking the time to realize the dreams you have also? What goals have you made for 2009 in terms of your health, relationships, family, finances, home, travel, and spiritual life? In addition to becoming a top wedding planner, do you know what else you want?

In the movie The Women, Mary, Meg Ryan’s character, a woman who is completely organized and knows how to do everything (sound like you?), laments the fact that her world is falling apart even though she has spent her entire life trying to be everything to everyone. Bette Midler’s character tells her everything will change for the better once she answers the question, “What do you want?” Mary puts together vision board, takes action and becomes a confident, successful woman doing what she has the talent and desire to do.

The movie showed a happy Hollywood ending, but it’s true, when you take action on your personal goals and dreams, you bring a lot of positive energy and confidence to everything you do. That leads to success in your personal life as well as your business world.

Here are a couple of books that might help you discover what you want and lead you to action:

Your Heart’s Desire: Instructions for Creating the Life You Really Want by Sonia Choquette, Ph.D.

The Vision Board: The Secret to an Extraordinary Life by Joyce Schwarz

Wishing you your best year ever in 2009.

Happy New Year!

Sharon



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2 Responses to “Become a Top Wedding Planner . . .And a Whole Lot More”

  1.  

    I am putting together a vision board for short and long-term goals. Though I have it in my head, a daily reminder by my computer will keep me on track.

    Again…thank you for the blog. I am going to add a link to it from my wedding blog. Are you on Twitter?

  2.  

    Hi Pam,

    Thanks for your comment. Glad you have a vision board, I think it works better than just writing goals for those of us who work in creative fields.

    I am on Twitter http://twitter.com/sharonhill

    Sharon

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