My Break From Daily Shipping Has Been Only A Redirect
Time to start unpacking and sharing all my learnings from writing online daily for 190 days in a row.
Yes, I’m super disciplined.
But let’s save that for another essay.
The Same Creative Energy Exists; It’s Just Been Redirected
So when I blew my streak after accomplishing Ship190, I decided I needed a break from feeling like I had to hit a daily quota.
But I still wrote pretty much daily.
I write for a living. But after six months of consistency, it was time to re-evaluate my own content.
I Poured Energy Into My Business and Here’s What Came Out of That
I changed up my tech stack to get rid of bloated and costly software that wasn’t working for me anymore.
Now my coaching, Reiki — and soon-to-be meditation & yoga business — is leaner.
I can pass savings onto clients. I also made my offerings much simpler. The business is now paperless, too.
Gone are the days of you signing a paper waiver and me carrying those around for years in an expanding file…
Taking The Task of Daily Shipping Off My Plate Gave Me Energy To Re-Evaluate Other Things
I may or may not ship daily, but I plan to remain consistent.
Consistency is STILL the game changer! I’ve learned more shipping between 12/1/21 and 6/9/22 than I could have through any other process. It’s changed me and my business.
Now, I’m working more on completing ALL the certifications I’ve been studying for and making the business my main priority.
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