t started off as a small drip. Nothing to be concerned with, especially since it was a leak dripping from the spigot connected to our backyard water hose. But then. And there's always a BUT THEN when it comes to stories in my life. But then JD insisted he'd fix it. How hard can it be, he scoffed. That's when I knew we were in trouble.
A new wrench, turning off our water for hours at a time, and four trips to Home Depot later, the plumber was called. Oh! And he's coming back on Sunday to finish the job. The drip, apparently, has the attitude of DMV worker.
In addition to changing the backyard spigot, I've decided to make a few changes in my business this year (now how's THAT for a segue?!), and I hope you're up for the challenge as well. In this installment of Shooting Star, I'll be addressing:
*How to make realistic business changes.
*Setting goals to have the changes implemented.
*The changes I'll be making to my business before the year ends.
I hope you have a great day and if you have suggestions for future installments of Shooting Star or you're willing to share what changes you'd like to make, holla back in the comment box. Happy Thursday, friends!