Big Love is over.

Where did six weeks go? For those that don’t remember, Big Love was a workshop with motivational speaker and all-around epic lady, Lisa O’Neill. We tackled mind, body, heart, environment, relationships, purpose and EVERYTHING in between. It was some serious work to honestly look at every aspect of myself, and my life to this point, and where I was headed. Some changes have been amazingly easy to implement and others, well not so much, but I am working on it.

One of the big things I have taken away from this course is working on my purpose. I’ve been throwing around things for a while now about what I want to do and who I want to be and how I want to change the world. Things have been growing in my head, but working with Lisa these last six weeks I have really come to know exactly what I want to do and who I want to be.

And I wrote it down.

Life purpose Life purpose

That’s something I’ve read time and again, and heard time and again in the numerous trainings I’ve done over the years. Writing it all down is the first step toward success. So, there it is, I would say in black and white but it’s a bit more colourful than that. And why shouldn’t it be? The future is going to be full of colour and glitter. Oh yes, the future is going to sparkle and shine.

But I’ve got to wind things back a bit and make some concrete plans. I’ve been winging it this whole time, and it’s time to be a bit more organised. There will be proper business planning and there will be deadlines. I haven’t been giving myself deadlines, I figure with me playing every aspect of the author/publisher process, and the roles of the crafter, that it was cruel to put limits on myself. I think I need to.

I’ll be looking moving forward to grow more of a support group, especially for my writing. There might be a Patreon in the future for support. And there might be a street team kind of set up for supporters and my super fans so I can get more help and I can give back to your guys specifically. Oh, there might be all kinds of wonderful things.

And if I happen to stumble onto a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow I’ll be looking to do some private mentoring with Lisa. (If anyone has $3000 lying around that you’d love to invest in a Princess Bard, well go right ahead) *Insert winky face gif here*

I am so glad that I took the chance on Big Love. It really has been amazing and it really has helped me so much. I just wish six weeks hadn’t flown by so damn quickly. And I’ve got to say, it didn’t hurt at all that Lisa said some really positive things to me last night in the final livestream. I was on cloud nine for ages and Al had to tell me to stop yelling in my excitement. And maybe now I have the confidence growing to start doing some vlogging or livestreams myself!

So, Lisa,

If you’re reading this, thank you so much for coming into my life and making such a positive difference. Who would have known that me entering the Two Lippy Ladies contest to win tickets to your show was going to lead to my life being set on fire in such a way! You are an amazing woman and definitely a Big Elephant to me!

Now, I’m off to type up The Bloodied Briar Part 6 now and maybe I’ll post a teaser and a graphic for this part a bit later. And if you haven’t read Part 5 of the story yet, go and check it out.

And while we’re here. If you haven’t purchased the books yet and you want to help me get on the mentoring program. You can find them on Amazon.

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