In the meantime, I'd like to share a guest post of mine featured on a clients' blog today. Titled "A Good Measuring System Makes All The Difference," this post is meant to inspire people to measure success in their life in a way that works for them.
A sampling of the post reads:
"One of the things that Elissa encourages us to do is measure success in a way that matters to us on a personal level. I love this idea – in a world filled with so many different people and so many wonderful opportunities, how can anyone honestly expect a single measuring system to define what an accomplishment is?
Consider this daily occurrence in my own life: members of my family are not very tech-savvy, while I work with social media every day. While figuring out and understanding Facebook’s newest feature may be an accomplishment for some of my family, for me, that’s not success: it’s part of the job.
Differences like this are a universal part of being human, and are exactly why Elissa encourages developing our own personal accomplishment measuring systems. Through her encouragement, I’ve actually been able to develop my own measuring system for success.
I currently define success by how many new railroad museums I’ve visited each year."
Please click here to read the rest of the blog post! Until next time!