Leading with Shanice — by Shanice Hemphill

There is success in consistency

Shanice Hemphill

We may be living in the internet age where information travels at the speed of light. The age when you can have just about anything delivered to you by using an App. There are still some things that you can’t get or make happen at the click of a button. There are some businesses that might’ve started off as an overnight success. However, in order for them to maintain their success or remain in business, it still took consistency and hard work. Building a strong family takes consistent communication and love, to name a few. Crushing your educational goals and getting your diploma or certification takes consistent hard work.

Consistent parenting often looks like telling your child no, no matter how many times they ask.

Let’s assess what didn’t work in 2019. What relationships were a constant strain? What results did your poor eating habits help you accomplish? Why were you
late to most of your meetings? Can you really afford to spend $20 a day on lunch and a frappe?

If there were some things you failed at, you may need to get help from someone who’s more experienced in that area.

Next, celebrate what you have accomplished. What worked well? What friendships you want to hold on to? How much money do you want to save in the first
quarter of 2020? Having NO plan at all is a plan for FAILURE. It’s time to make some changes.

Envision what a successful 2020 would look like for you. Look at every area of your life (health, education, relationships, finances, career and spirituality) and begin to write a vision for your 2020. Consider this as you write the vision for 2020 and beyond. Make small obtainable goals that will lead to the accomplishment of your BIG goals.

First weekly, then monthly goals. As the saying goes, “How do you eat an elephant?” “One bite at a time.”

As we say good-bye to a decade, say good-bye to the inconsistencies in your life. Stay committed to your SUCCESS!

“Just because it’s hard doesn’t mean it can’t be done!
Life gets hard but WE ARE DOING IT!!”
– Shanice Hemphill