find your limitations
Too many of us are lost, confused, and frustrated with what has happened with our
lives in the last two years. Those three steps forward have been disturbed by the
big, ugly one step backwards.
I have found that knowledge and personal growth comes from education, whether it is gaining
street smarts or sitting in a classroom. Once you learn how to do something and why its done in a certain way
that knowledge is your tool to use forever.
Don’t ask me to do brain surgery, I don’t want to learn. Don’t ask me to build a levee to
hold back a flooding river, go hire someone who knows this stuff. In other words, I realize I
have limitations. You have limitations and eventually you will find out what those are.
what clients are saying
The Kitchen Table
Get out a piece of paper and a pencil and copy down these statements. These are positive affirmations designed to help your state of mind and thought process. It is the “yes, I can” rather than the “nope, I can’t.”
I have the power to accomplish everything I need to do today.
I love the feeling of getting a head start.
It’s normal for me to start projects early.
Being proactive comes naturally to me.
I take action and get things done.
Making the best use of my time comes easy to me.
I’m the kind of person who always dives straight into my work.
I enjoy starting quickly and beating others to the punch.
Making things happen is just what I do.
Others rely on me because I always follow through.
I enjoy working hard and getting things done.
Lee Anne Wonnacott Weltsch has been working at various jobs since her teen years. Her business acumen is focused on people struggling with their businesses and new businesses that are less than a year old. She has a 2003 Master’s Degree from the University of Phoenix. Lee Anne conducts a no-holds-barred approach to solving business problems. Her religion is the National Football League and an Oakland Raider fan since 1967. She prefers a Sheriff over a city cop, a pickup over a coupe, a four-speed over an automatic and a Colt.45 over a 9 mm.
She’s a sucker for children under three and anyone in their 90’s. She will happily push the buttons that put you on hold until next week.
Every book she writes feels like her first one. LeeAnne is married to her high school sweetheart and lives in Portland OR USA www.leeannewonnacott.com
Here is the bottom line: every story is about a character trying to accomplish something with an obstacle in the way. And what that character does and the action he/she takes in the face of those obstacles, well, that is your story.