this morning I got up early thinking it was gonna be a pretty good day. although it feels and looks like it’s gonna snow outside, I don’t have to go anywhere – just walk the dog in wonderful central park and then snuggle up to the computer with Pandora Radio (set on Pink Martini) – blogging about my new life working at home and sharing my reincarnation with other women.
What more could a girl want ;0
There’s definitely something comforting about just knowing that whatever I do in a day, I’m accomplishing something and hopefully helping someone else. It occurs to me that this is really what I’ve always wished for – precisely, I’ve got the home office set up already, I’ve got the high speed connection for crying out loud, I’ve got the database that most people would kill for, I’ve got a reputation for being a discriminating business woman.
So now, I feel responsible to my fellow business women to make sure my own story gets told an so does yours. No barriers to keep us from making a killing out there. Escpecially we dynamos who have been so so successful and for some reason (husbands, ex husbands, children, other responsibilities, no time or cash to build on what we have, go back to school, just take time out to uncover where our passions really are) just havaen’t banked on it.
Now, I’m faced with the same economy everyone else is. Though I have plenty of reasons to be good and grateful about my own personal position, I know I can’t just sit still. First, I’m not that kind of person and second, I can’t afford to.
Just days before finding my new vocation I sat down and made that infamous list of what I want and why I want it. It started with doing whatever I want when I come to work every day. Finding a task that makes me happy. and Making MONEY! My vision board is all about traveling first class around the world. Can’t do that without cash.
So, what could be better than blending what comes naturally to me anyway, coaching other people with a home based money making business opportunity???? I think I’ve been wishing for that for my entire career.
No, I don’t think it, I know it.
Consider this the lauch of Executive Women 2.0 and blog your heart out. We’re all in this together. And maybe the Internet makes it possible! At last!
To our success,