Wow. It’s 1st July. Where did the first half of 2015 go?

It’s one of those milestone dates where it’s good to stop, pause and take stock of where you are in your business. A lot of the time it’s about planning, looking ahead, looking for better ways to do things, bigger opportunities.  We never look back, right?

We’re always encouraged to be looking forward, to be working towards something we want. Aiming for something we want to achieve, a goal, a target, a reward.

Moving towards something is great motivation. It keeps us moving, innovating, challenging.

I’d like to you take a moment now, and instead, look back.

Just pause, slow down, and look back.

Take a moment, right now, and look back at all that you have done over the past year that has brought you to this very day.

While we play with vision boards of things and experiences we want, while we write down our goals, and plan with our husband or partner what your finances should look like, its not very often that we take a moment to look back, and be grateful.

So what are you grateful for right now? What are you proud of having achieved over the past 12 months?

Instead of creating another Vision board of what you want, why not create a Gratitude board of what you are truly grateful for?

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Written by Anita Marchesani
I've come to small business the long way round- but enjoyed and learned from every single step. I learned about the power of Media during a BA and while working in Film&TV. I learned about the hard graft while groom for an international eventer in the UK. I learned organisation and staff management from running hundreds of weddings both here and in the UK. I learned from the mistakes of my first business that failed, to create an e-commerce success story, and now I'm here to help you have even greater success in your business. Oh, and I dance to really loud music like a crazy bastard.