I am committed to maintaining Unwavering Faith that I will Create a professional photography business, and I will put forth Extraordinary Effort until I do, no matter what…there is no other option
The reason I am committed to my mission is because I will be able to live with less stress, enjoy my time off, and help Ron in creating and living the life we want to live together.
To ensure that the attainment of my mission is inevitable, I will remain committed to my process of working in and on my business 8 hours a day for 40 hours a week by creating and following my business plan, without being emotionally attached to my results.
I am committed to my mission and maintain Unwavering Faith while putting forth Extraordinary Effort, because I know that I am just as worthy, deserving, and capable of creating tangible, measurable miracles and achieving everything I want, as any other person on earth.
My Process Execution
Day 22: What did I do today?
Woke up around 730, my phone did not charge, so I had to charge 2 phones this morning while I started my day.
I started being a girl today, so that's exciting.
I printed out Ron's marketing paper to review and work on my Mother's day marketing campaign.
I would really like to have a quiz to help people identify what type of photography they need, what style they will work well with, and the best sales model for those individuals; I also want to work on the Mother's Day campaign and get something out this week.
I should begin letting people know 180-90 days out from the end of the campaign, that means I am about 60 days short of where I should be since Mother's day is in a little over a month.
We need to go to the store, we are out of milk and cigarettes, also for the campaign mailers, I will need stamps. I also have to finish the delivery for the 3 orders remaining.
Once Ron got home, we went to the store to get what we needed, and while he worked on homework the rest of the afternoon, I went and finished the deliveries of the Mary Kay orders.
Tonight there is a virtual party, I am not totally sure what that means or how it will work, so I need to chat with Kelly and make sure I am ready to optimize my time.
The Virtual Party went well, Kelly talked about the different skincare systems available and who they are designed for and how to use them. She also showed how foundation and foundation primer work with the skincare systems. I like the idea of the virtual party, but there are definitely some things I would like to see adjusted, like how the questions are answered as viewers comment on the videos, and having stronger visuals available since it is very dependent on the recording and viewing devices, along with the lighting to see the results.
After the virtual party I continued working on the campaign and the finalized a design.
Day 23: What did I do today?
Wake up with alarm for pills, I am not waking up early, and it is hindering my sleep and energy level throughout the day. While drinking coffee, I finished my social media calendar ideas for themes. Then I showered and got ready for the day
Bookkeeping - mortgage payment update, escrow check, input mar MK orders, printed out and highlighted OCT19 CC expenses, ensured photo 2020 paperwork from mail basket was in wave (product orders and 2 deposits)
Mailer reminder card information, now I need to id how I am going to get the information on the cards, and the final design
Hand wrote the outside of the reminder cards
6 pm zoom meeting
MK monthly order
Day 24: What did I do today?
Woke up at 744, made smoothies, worked on the mothers day campaign cards, turned on MSNBC news to get an update on what is going on, drink coffee, and find financial paperwork for Ninja Turtles.
Meal plan worksheet and post in LGFG group and page, watched Peak Performance video about finances
11: Ninja Turtle call about finances and bookkeeping. Shared about waveapps and excel pricing and cost sheets, and pain by numbers money planner
1: Peak Performance call with Jill Leibhaber (that took 2 freaking hours, people are definitely starting to miss human interaction)
Note to self - revisit Mazlos hierarchy of needs, how can I use it to provide assistance, and interaction to people
330: Ron got home and started working on the computer to do his homework, so I used my laptop to find the last few documents for Kayla to work on our taxes, and finished filling the cards for my Mother's day mailers. I also had an awful knot in my back right between my left shoulder blade and neck, so I spent some time trying to get that out with stretching, the cane, the massage blocks, and finally the massage wand.
I made dinner around 5, we had smoked sausage with Farfalle pasta, Alfredo sauce and peas. I normally like to try to cook as much of the meal in as few pots as possible, but I did not do that yesterday. There was a frying pan for the sausage, a pot for the pasta, a pot for the sauce, and a container for the peas since I steamed them in the microwave. This of course lead to Ron doing dishes for what felt like an hour. Oh, and I made a cake. And by I, Ron helped me not ruin it, but mostly it was me. He taught me a cool tip about getting it to not stick to the pan, that I will be sharing on my social media.
I have not posted on the blog in several days, which means I have not done the analysis of my process either. I am not even sure how many days I am behind. So I have to do that as well. Awesome.
Ok, being totally honest, while I did at least log what I did over these 3 days, they are very vague, and I have no process analysis. I suck.