Find out some of my life lessons learned in writing my first book.

It's the small consistent steps that got me through.

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Little by little...

I had a meeting yesterday with my co-author, Alia Coster (coster and Rachel Hallam (pink spaghetti) We discussed my social media plan for my upcoming book launch, and the steps required to implement the plan. I am deeply grateful for their expertise which has largely contributed to the success of this book, “Organise Your Home Like a Pro.”

During this meeting I realised even more how much work, and effort individual people putinto to a project to get it moving and running.

You will likely hear about the book publication, but do you know how much work goes on behind the scenes to get to that point?

When you hear someone reaching a milestone, or achieving a successful outcome, pause for a moment and try to imagine the many thousands of small steps they took to reach their goal.

Successs is about little by little moving along your day in the right direction.

Success is all about consistency, and dedication.

Success is about the many seemingly insignificant actions that make up the big picture of your goals.

Success is about getting up when you fall and keep on plodding on, step by step.

The book will be sold on Amazon, in hard copy for only £9.99. It will be available on kindle and will be available the end of February.

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