Yanni B. Jay | #MotivationMonday – April 30th, 2018
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#MotivationMonday – April 30th, 2018

Hello! This is my first #MotivationMonday Post! Motivation Mondays are going to be small posts every monday just to give you a little motivation for the week! Its the last day of April which means May 1st is tomorrow! Since it is the first of the month, that means new beginnings, clean slate, and new goals! Speaking of goals… that is actually the topic of today’s #MotivationMonday Post. What keeps you from your goals? Think about it. Is it fear? Is it finances? Is it actually nothing holding you back, you just haven’t made the effort? Well whatever the reason may be, I’m here to give you a little push: TOMORROW IS NOT PROMISED! So start today! I was taught that any goals you have should be written down. So that’s what I did! I wanted to start a lifestyle social media brand. I sometimes fear it won’t take off, sometimes a fear I’ll run out of things to say, and sometimes I think because I don’t have the fancy equipment people won’t take me as serious as others I follow. What I did was I put all the negativity out of my head and I realized I had a laptop and a head full of thoughts. The other things would come so I should just start and everything will expand from there. So I wrote everything out about a Year and a half ago and look at God! It’s not much but it’s mine and all I can do is go up from here! What I’m trying to say is everything happens in due time. As for right now, work with what you have to get what you want and let those voices in your head be used for good, not self sabotage! You are your own worst critic at the end of the day.

– Yanni B. Jay

“By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. Put your future in good hands—your own.” —Mark Victor Hansen, founder & co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul

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