Now the fun begins. Everything now is an experiment, which is what it should have been before. But that’s neither here nor there. I am actually learning how to really read metrics, by you know, actually paying attention to them, and I’ve found some interesting things so far.
My “audience” if you will, is definitely on Pinterest.
At least according to what I’m reading on the metrics. So I need to figure out how to get some of them from there to here. Right now I’m sharing my blog post images on Pinterest. It’s just a start, of course, I’ll be tweaking everything as I go and learn.
What I learned before all this, was that having a beginner’s mindset is an amazing thing. It allows you to expand your knowledge base without your previous knowledge getting in the bloody way! I can push aside everything I know or think I know and learn from scratch how to do anything.
Before I adopted this mindset, I was in a very fixed state. It wasn’t just my mindset that was fixed!
This is actually unusual for me, but I believe it was a natural result of all the trauma of the last decade. It really took its toll on me. And I think it triggered something to retain as much control as possible, due to so much being out of control on the outside. Even life coaches go through some shit!
If you want a “perfect” life coach that has everything figured out and never had a bump in the road, look elsewhere. Seriously.
Life is full of bumps, and now I get to play around and experiment with different solutions to them. Not to say there won’t be moments where I won’t get all fixed again, but I will gently remind myself of what I’m trying to accomplish and that a fixed state doesn’t serve me. It doesn’t serve anyone really. Ever.
Being half French, I was always taught that problems were just solutions that hadn’t be found yet.
That’s what I’m going to be experimenting with, as well as various ways of making money. Honest ways, but money makes the world go round, and I want a shit ton of it. Not going to lie. A few trillion sounds really good right now.
There are a lot of other things I want to do as well, like learn how to knit and crochet. Crafts just seem like they might be a good fit for me, but currently, I really suck at them. I also want to find a way to help single parents, starting locally and eventually going globally.
The money is mostly to fund life, needs, and the dreams of myself and others. I love helping others achieve their dreams!
How do you experiment in your life? Is it fun for you or a chore?