Navigate / search

{MotiBright} Working on the Right Thing is More Important than Working Hard

So often people are working hard on the wrong thing. Working on the right thing is probably more important thatn working hard. ~ Caterina Fake
So often people are working hard on the wrong thing. Working on the right thing is probably more important that working hard. ~ Caterina Fake

 

In my business, we’re reaching the pointy end of the year.

Sales are picking up, the year has suddenly vanished until only December looms ahead, and time seems more precious than ever.

Plans are afoot for the year ahead – dreams and goals and hopes for what I can achieve with the new, fresh, and beautiful year laid out ahead of me.

With that in mind… it’s time to pull back and focus on the core work of my business – which at this time of the year means a focus on Epheriell.

Things will be travelling as per usual here on C&T – except that I’ll be publishing MotiBrights for the rest of the year as pretty much stand-alone snippets – without the accompanying essay.

If you’ve enjoyed my Monday ramblings, please do let me know, and I’ll resume them in the new year!

Have an ace week,

Jess x 

Jess

Van Den has written 358 posts in this blog.

Jess Van Den is the editor of Create & Thrive, and has been a full-time creative entrepreneur since 2010. She makes eco-conscious, contemporary, handmade sterling silver jewellery under the Epheriell label, and blogs about her jewellery and other beautiful things at Epheriell.com. You can catch her on twitter @JessVanDen.

Comments

Fiona Hazlitt
Reply

Yes yes yes! Please do resume them in the new year!! Some of the most inspirational, motivational and uplifting reading I have chanced upon! Much appreciated and thank you for helping me believe it is possible! 😀 x

Jess
Reply

Thank you so much, Fiona!

Fiona
Reply

Yes pleaaase 🙂 I love them and find them motivating xX

Jess
Reply

Glad to hear it, Fiona – thanks!

Angela
Reply

So many people dread Monday. It’s nice to have something to look forward. Something that gets us in the right frame of mind.

Jess
Reply

That’s exactly what I was hoping these posts would do, so it’s nice to hear that affirmed, Angela – thanks!

Shell @ Sew n Sow
Reply

Yes please continue these…I may not always get to them on Mondays as you can see, but uplifting motivation is very much appreciated!!! All the best with your busy time

Jess
Reply

Thanks for letting me know, Shell, I appreciate it! 🙂

Annette Weinold
Reply

Yes please on Mondays. You are so uplifting.. Annette Weinold

Jess
Reply

Thank you, Annette!

What say you?