I like to share posts from my author site, ebbyslane.com. This is a good one! I know you’ve heard the saying, “Jack of all trades, master of none…..” Someone may have used it to shame you at some point. If so, please keep reading till the end. It will be worth it.
A friend of mine posted a video that changed my view about this quote. I know you’ve heard the saying, “Jack of all trades, master of none…..” Someone may have used it to shame you at some point. If so, please keep reading till the end. It will be worth it.
Over the years, I’ve allowed certain people to make me feel that trying new things and changing my career was bad. Who can relate? Honestly, I have changed career paths frequently in the last few years and have even struggled to figure out what I truly want to do. If I’m honest, I was a little embarrassed about all the avenues I’ve tried and failed at, or rather, quit at. I won’t go down the list. However, this quote has shamed me through it all, “jack of all trades, master of none.” It reminded me I was on track to nowhere if I didn’t figure this thing out soon.
It’s also the perfect time to realign yourself and take action on your goals this year.
Often, we set goals, and it stops there. No follow-through.
Life gets in the way, especially if you are a wife and mother. Many other tasks pull you in different directions: doctor appointments, school activities, career, business, trying to stay balanced, etc.
Most of us don’t intend to get sidetracked or abandon our goals; we’ve just never been taught what to do to meet our goals successfully. I know that was me until I took a goal-setting class earlier this year.