Some people call me the shortest woman in marketing. It’s true, I never quite reached 5′. And there are probably still a few rides at Disneyland that I can’t legally get on.
I’ve heard people whistle “It’s a Small World After All” as a I walked by… and I’ve heard just about every short person joke on the planet.
Including someone who once gave me an incredible complement – you know the kind that makes you light up… then asked, “Do you want to know who said that? The American Midget Association.”
Yup, I’ve heard it all. But what I’ve come to realize is that it’s often the small things – the small minute-by-minute choices we make each day about how to spend our time and focus – that transform our lives into what we want them to be.
While it’s essential to have a big vision for your business and life, it’s even more essential to take action each day to get there.
In this video, Sheila Davis interviews me about my strategic planning process.
The biggest takeaway I shared with her is that strategic planning is not just something you do each year or each quarter, but something you do every single day as you decide what to do with you time, minute by minute and hour by hour.
It really is the sum total of all those small choices that lead you towards the life you want and allow you to achieve your goals.
Strategic planning is not something that happens once a year, but something that happens every day.
It’s the small choices we make each and every day that change our lives into what we want them to be.
So my question to you is: what will you do today to create the life and business you imagine?