What’s Your Vision for Success?
Yesterday, I sent you on a guided visualization about success and how you envision it for YOUR creative life. I’d bet the poodle that every single person who went through the exercise came up with a different vision.
“Success” means different things to different people. Heck, it means different things to the same person at different times!
Unfortunately, we humans have a tendency to reach one goal and immediately latch onto the next, without taking time to celebrate along the way. It’s all too easy to live in a constant state of if only…
I’d be happy…IF ONLY
- I sold a short story
- I found an agent
- I got that book deal
- I got a good review
- I hit the bestseller list
- I ______________
I have to make a conscious effort to celebrate success in my writing life, or those successes slide by unnoticed.
How do you celebrate when you have a creative success or reach a goal? Check out the poll below to cast your vote and see where your fellow writers land!
If I didn’t include your favorite celebration in the answers, please share in the comments–I love to hear from you!
Debby Hanoka says
Celebrate success? With CHOCOLATE! Always with chocolate! The more the better!
And, of course, with cuddles from my editorial cat-sistant and dialogue coach. Her track record is purr-fect!
(aka Cat Staff)
Cheryl Reif says
I used to keep chocolate in my desk for exactly that purpose, except that then I started eating it whether I had anything to celebrate or not :). Inspiration chocolate, I guess it became!!
Thanks for stopping by, and may you have many reasons to indulge in chocolate this coming week