It’s finally above zero F here, a balmy 5 degrees, I’m sitting here working on promotions for Article Architect and listening to Kenny Chesney’s album, “Be As You Are.”
And the track, “Somewhere In The Sun” is just whacking me upside the head.
I didn’t spend a lot of time in the Caribbean last year, but it was enough that I want to get back there.
No, I *need* to get back there.
I’ve mentioned my dream before — to move my family onto a sailboat and cruise the Caribbean — and some days it just seems so far away. We did ditch the house and move into a travel trailer so we’d be mobile, which is a big step in the right direction.
But as we’re parked here in the snow for the next several months I’m finding my thoughts turning more and more to Tortola, and Antigua, and San Juan.
I have a goal, but I’m realizing I don’t have a *plan* to get to that goal. Oh, I do, but it’s something nebulous, like, “Work really hard at creating and promoting products!”
So this weekend it’s time to plan. Time to create a plan to reach my goal so I can listen to “Somewhere In The Sun” and feel good about it.
Do you have a plan, yourself? Or are you in the same boat I am — working hard, but without a specific focus?