In starting “Into Grown Women”, I did not know the amount of work, and dedication it was going to take to maintain a topic blog. All I knew was I had a vision of unity among women, and that crossed out any fear of making it a reality. I thought once the theme was put together everything else would fall into place. Every idea I had would manifest itself, because I took the first step in creating…But learned quickly that’s not how it works.
In being your own boss, and even in taking on new ventures, new responsibilities (if not all responsibilities) are placed upon us. We are the administrators of our lives, creating the order, and setting the tone of how we want to be perceived. And it’s up to us to take charge, of the process in which things get done.
I learned it’s not so much about “what you want to do”, its about what needs to be done. Sometimes mistakes will be made, and we must take time out to adjust our planning of things. Accepting that not everything is going to go the way we want it, and knowing that the little steps we take, make possible our bigger goals and accomplishments.
The beauty in being your own boss is independence, but it’s important to remember why we started on our journeys. For me being accountable for my time, allows me to share in my victories, and uplift others through personal testimony.
Make the schedule, remake the schedule…take things one project at a time, but don’t back burner the process.