I feel proud of the work I have done. I certainly feel accomplished in many ways, even if there’s so much more that I want to do. It means I have ambition.
I truly value connection… the authentic, natural, deep kind of relationships. I’ve always been better one-on-one than in a group. I’m an introvert and that is a-okay. In fact, I love being an introvert. Just as I like being petite-sized.
I have learned that I need solitude. Alone time, quiet time. But I love good company as well.
Family is supremely important to me. Truly living, not just working.
I want to constantly learn new things and create new things. I want to be inspired and to inspire others. Warmth, light, happy feelings – positivity. That cozy, bubbly feeling is the best.
It’s about comfort. It’s about wonder. It’s about play. No stress. Only solutions to problems and the courage to brace for the fast curves in the road.
With many the many roads offered in life, I took the one less traveled by and I believe that it has made all the difference – love this poem. I would not want to go backwards in time to change anything. But I do want to keep moving forward and forging new ground. In peace, in tranquility.
Quiet confidence. Happy times. A good life.
Have you ever taken the time to reflect on your work and values? Document your thoughts at this moment in time, about your life.
I’ve been reading and working through The Right-Brain Business Plan (Amazon link) by Jennifer Lee and really would love to read Susan Cain’s book as well. Check out The Power of Introverts to learn more. So inspiring.