“Nothing builds self-esteem and self-confidence like accomplishment.”

Thomas Carlyle

This week we are exploring accomplishment and how this is achieved.  I know at times; we don’t feel that we are achieving our goals in the moment BUT if we look back over a period of time – this shows the growth and movement.

Many of you are aware that I have been enrolled in a new therapy course for well over a year now.  Yes, I was enrolled but didn’t really commence the course until six months in as I could not make the five-day intensive until September last year due to other commitments.

The course is very intensive and has a lot of modules, contact hours and so forth.  I am slowly working through the logbook and am homeward bound with these.  I still have a few more pieces to complete and am hoping to have this uploaded by the end of April this year.  My logbook is three quarters of the way in, and I am feeling more confident with the work that can be achieved in this space as I have witnessed clients grow and develop.

I am also accomplishing the transformation (including renovation) of my new clinic space.  The flooring was installed last week, well at least in the main rooms and the rest will be installed after the kitchenette and bathrooms are renovated.  The builders were in yesterday and have taken up the old lino from the 1980’s and it is already an improvement to say the least!  Bare concrete is much better to gaudy old flaking linoleum!

As I write, a tradie is measuring up for the back screen door and mirrors for the bathrooms.  It is all coming along nicely.  The builder is currently making the kitchenette offsite and once he is ready, it will be moving along very quickly.

Yes, accomplishments take time, but the results are worth it in the end.