Happy New Year: Welcome 2017!

Posted by on Dec 30, 2016 in Copywriting | 1 comment

Happy New Year:  Welcome 2017!

Who else is ready to say goodbye to 2016 and welcome the new year with open arms, open eyes, and open hearts? I am! It has been the best of years and the worst of years for many of us. The Write Assistant LLC has expanded in amazing ways, including the development of our VIP community COPYWRITING FOR CREATIVES and the expansion of Twitter and Pinterest. We’ve met a ton of new people and I presented at the annual Flourish convention in Atlanta, Georgia as one of the keynote speakers.

It’s been a whirlwind.

Thank you.

These next few days are meant for celebration, reflection, and renewal. To that end, I’ll be online a little less than usual preparing myself for the new year. I have so many goals. I want to (finally) publish my book.

That’s right.

I’m putting it out there.

One of my goals for 2017 is the publication of an e-book that creates a library of cut/paste responses for YOU to use on your most difficult customers and trying times as a seller.

Will it be successful?

Well, really only you can decide that, but I am going to make it happen.

What are your goals?

I also asked members in my group to come up with a word they think will summarize what their year will be. I wanted everyone to reflect on a word that resonated with them. I figured out my word after reading through the comments:

BALANCE

This year, I will balance work and life in a way that is sustainable, empowering, and energizing instead of working myself to the bone.

What’s your word?

One Comment

  1. 12-30-2016

    Congratulations on the milestones you have achieved, and best wishes on the projects ahead of you! As a freelance editor, I know well what a major endeavor it is to prepare a book manuscript for publication.

    My word for 2017 is “HOPE.” I have faced many challenges the last couple of years, but I am slowly feeling better and want to get some things back on track, including making progress in my business.

    I wish you well in achieving the “balance” you are looking for in the coming year.

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