Darren’s come up with a Thanksgiving challenge. He suggests:
“My challenge to you is to think of an area of your life you are
having difficulty in and want to improve. For the next 21 days, take
three minutes at the end of the day and write down what about that
problematic situation you appreciate, what’s good and what you’re
grateful for. This could be a confrontational co-worker at the office,
your job as a whole or your troubled marriage… anything or anyone that
frustrates or negatively affects you.
I promise you, when you change how you look at a situation, the situation changes.”
Just one week to go of this challenge. While it is hard sometimes to come up with something every day that is a challenge that I’m ultimately grateful for, it is equally as daunting as fully revealing myself here in this blog.
I’ve been very, very private, in the past —but 2010 has felt like a break through year on many levels. I feel like I can be more comfortable in expressing my thoughts and embracing my individuality here for the www to view. I’ve been experimenting a bit more with my reads, taking more calculated risks, and booking !
Putting myself through the changes has been an interesting evolution, but I’ve been open. It’s truly been a fantastic and rewarding year. At the same time I know there is much more to learn and practice.
I don’t know if I I will replicate or eclipse this year’s voiceover career progress.
I am responsible for what I do or don’t do, and will accept that fact. I am optimistic about the future, and thankful for that!
PS- I’m starting to get very excited about the holidays and giving out gifts, to clients, friends, the needy and to my loved ones.