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What is next?


As summer is coming to a close, and I’m at the end of completing many of my admin tasks, I’m thinking hard about what comes next…..


Westminster's campus is finally open with new lanes and a new roundabout,

which makes me think,

should I just continue what I am doing, don’t change a thing and stay in my lane?


But I know if I do, I might not grow as rapidly.

Avoiding growth is like trying to avoid taking a risk.


Growth is risky.

What if I spend a bunch of time and money doing something, and it doesn’t work?

We experience losses 2x greater than gains.

It’s called Loss Avoidance.


This is why some people don’t want to make tough and big decisions…


As we spent a quiet weekend working, I discovered a blog about pursuing a quest.


There are so many business owners or young entrepreneurs who just want to make as much money as they can and then retire.


But one’s own desire to make as much money as he/she can fail to push the world forward.


I would love to:

- Focus on building scale by hiring an assistant. But I don’t know what I should outsource.

- Focus on making a high-quality personal story video and other videos on financial education. But doing video is so scary, and hard, right?


Then I realize I just need to put money down on one or both…


We value what we pay for - if we expect a return.


This will make me commit to the new area of growth.

The investment I make means I will make it work.


Then I just realized the assistant can help me edit and upload videos to youtube, Linkedin, update my contact list for my blog, and help me organize events!!


I can leverage my assistant to help me grow.


Growth is an iterative process.


As the guys here at Westminster are repainting the lanes.

I run by, and the nice guy warns me the paint is wet. ;-) so basically I need to watch out!


Making a big decision can be hard,

but if you focus on it being a quest, it might make it easier.

and if you focus on getting results, the payoff will be sweeter.


I'm here!


Tiffany Kent

Your Friendly Wealth Engagement Guide,

Tiffany@wealthengagement.com


Empowering women to take control of their future!


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