This Wednesday, Sept 26 marks the two year anniversary of Puttylike. It’s hard to believe that two years ago I was nervously pacing around my studio apartment in Copenhagen, preparing to bring this thing to life.
I was determined to make it work. I was NOT going to make “logical” use of my law degree to become a lawyer. I wouldn’t settle for a job that didn’t make my heart sing. There were days when I worked ten hours in my little room alone to build this site. It was an intense and amazing time. I felt almost possessed.
Anyway, here we are, two years, 212 blog posts, two books, dozens of coaching students, one video course, and one membership site later. With each new project, I’ve pushed myself a bit further into discomfort.
My latest project is of course, speaking. I just set up my speaking page and my seminar in Portland is coming up in a few weeks. In the upcoming months, I’ll also be finishing my new book and looking for an agent.
But two years ago, none of this existed.
If you are thinking about bringing a vision to life but it feels too grand and overwhelming, remember that every creation began as an idea in someone’s head.
Start by tackling a small project to gain a sense of achievement and momentum, celebrate, and then use that boost to move on to a slightly bigger goal. Two years later, your life might just be unrecognizable.
How has your life changed in the last two years?