Setting goals

I believe you can set goals at any time. It doesn’t have to be a significant day or moment to start to change things or to resolve to do something differently from how you’ve done it before. And yet, traditionally this is a time of year when we set ourselves resolutions, goals and aims.

Photo of the start of a triathlon

Like many, I’ll be making an effort to be more active after the festive break and a bit more mindful of what I eat. But really my focus in 2016 is more about using my creative and writing skills to help businesses enjoy a more successful future.

That means spreading the word about Word Struck and the services I offer. I’m here to help you express what it is that makes your business special, and to help you tell customers about your products and services. I’ll be reaching out and connecting to as many people as I can to find out how I can help you.

I’m already very thankful to businesses like Swallow Barn Weddings at Masson Farm and The Christmas Farm who have trusted me to write content for their websites. And I’m really excited to connect with new businesses and find out what your goals and aims are for the coming year and beyond.

When I set myself a goal to get fitter and healthier in 2008, I don’t remember the specific day of the week that I started, but I do know that since then I’ve done things I never thought possible – like running a half marathon, or completing several triathlons.

The beginning of a year, a month or a week feels like a good time to start things, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do something special for your business on a random Tuesday, Thursday or any other day.

So, if you’re looking for help to talk about your business and want someone to write emails, newsletters, blog posts, social media updates or something else, then please get in touch.

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