But all her outreach efforts to artists, schools, businesses and organizations couldn’t overcome the tough financial times. All her creative ideas and welcoming smiles couldn’t stop the decline that has slammed businesses everywhere.
Here are some fun things to do (not try) DO! So you can start to feel how success feels. It is important to understand that I want you to put a single day INTO you life that is full of what you Want to happen, yes a whole DAY!
The hardest part of all of it was learning to take those first steps to make it happen, but now I wouldn’t even think twice about it. The awesome thing is, the more you practice, the less worried and more confident you’ll get.
The culprit isn’t in the amount of experience you have, nor is it due to lack of capital. You will need a lot of knowledge about the coffee business to make it successful enough to stay open for years. If you are going to open a coffee shop, you might as well make it work. It would be a pity not to be able to get your investment back or enjoy the profits for many years.
Start Slowly: For exercise you can walk, run, swim, cycle or do static exercises in the gym or at home. I prefer a walking exercise program as it is easy and suitable for all ages. Exercise is good for you, but if you have not exercised for a long time, or have a medical condition, tell your doctor first. Then start slowly. The people who get into trouble are those who normally only walk to the Post Office each day, then suddenly decide to get fit by running five miles. That is not a good idea. Do enough exercise to get slightly breathless and then stop. If you are walking – when you may not get breathless at all – just begin with a short distance and work up to a mile or so a day. You will need to exercise at least 30 minutes each day for good results.
I can’t do any of these things, I don’t even have a window I can climb through! So I have to turn to the art of lock-picking. I get locked out of my house often so i learned how to pick my lock! Of course any lock picking advice is for personal use only, like for when you forget your keys at home.
I have often heard people and news reporters referring to a group of individuals as a “Think-Tank.” Great sounding label and we have been taught to imagine it means a bunch of brainy people getting together unusually to make a choice for us we may not like. We are our own “Think-tanks” and like government “think-tanks” we normally forget to put the right fuel in.