A Time for Reflection

A Time for Reflection
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As we head into the holiday season, many of us, myself included, will look back at 2017 and reflect on what we’ve accomplished, which resolutions we stuck with, and how we’ve grown in the past year. For me, 2017 was full of family changes — a new niece, a new stepmom, and a newly retired mom. Comparatively, my own life seems pretty quiet!

Of course, that’s not entirely true. I’ve been stretched in new ways this year, both professionally and personally. I’ve learned to balance new responsibilities and to embrace new technologies. I’ve learned more about communication and how to establish boundaries when needed.

This growth is one of the aspects that I appreciate about working with Weaving Influence and our clients. I learn something new from each client and book we launch. Weaving Influence represents a variety of leadership experts who are the top in their fields. Their books offer a wealth of information to help you professionally. Each webinar offers the chance to connect with the authors and to learn directly from them. If you haven’t checked out a Weaving Influence webinar, I highly encourage it!

This year, Weaving Influence also launched the Weaving Influence Lab, an online tool to help you gain in-depth book marketing knowledge. The Book Marketing Action Guide provides guided videos, downloadable PDFs, and checklists for each phase of the book launch process to help you succeed.

As you look ahead to 2018, what goals do you have? Do you want to grow in your career? Do you want to publish and market a book? Or maybe you want to learn more about networking through social media. Whatever your goals are, Weaving Influence and our team can help.

How have you grown in 2017? And how can we help in 2018?

 

Filed As:  reflection, growth

About Stephanie Quick

Stephanie is a project manager and social media specialist at Weaving Influence. She completed her masters in public relations and corporate communications at Georgetown University in 2015. She lives outside Washington, DC with her two dogs.

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