Celebrate the Milestones

Whether you are just starting out or have been in business for 18 years, the road to success for the business owner can feel long, winding and overwhelming. It will have it’s shares of ups, downs and flat tires. You will deal with the unexpected delays or a detour that took out more time than you anticipated.

Acknowledging the milestones will help with motivation during the long stretches of goals and they can be found everywhere. Perhaps you are celebrating a new employee, a new client or a promotion. Perhaps it is making your sales goal for the quarter or even staying dead even without dipping into the red for the first month.

Taking it mile by mile can make any goal or beginning to a long adventure seem doable. By looking at what it going right or mini-accomplishments along the way, your spirts will get an instant boost. Staying focused on where you are and how you are doing keeps you rooted in the present without being overwhelmed by how many miles you still have to go.

You will get to where you want to go — just take it mile by mile.

What milestone have your recently reached?


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About Weegee Sachtjen

Slightly impulsive, overly idealistic and way to reliant on the seat of her pants is how Weegee Sachtjen has lived her life up to this moment. She has a degree in filmmaking from the North Carolina School of the Arts, which was utilized during her ten years behind the camera at local news stations in Las Vegas and Portland, Oregon. She credits her love of learning, ability to wedge herself into tight places and an utter fascination with emerging communication techniques for igniting a roller coaster career from production assistant to promotion producer to websites to blogging to B&B owner. The exploring side of her nature has taken her all over the states, including: Colorado, Nevada, North Carolina, New York, and Oregon. She currently resides in Gibsons, BC, Canada with a supportive husband and her spoiled rotten cat, Random.

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