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My Christmas Wish for Women Entrepreneurs

December 23, 2014


A majority of Christmas shopping is done, the dinner menu is planned, family gathering times are set, and traveling days starting; but for women entrepreneurs the busyness of the holidays also must include finding time to work, answer customer calls, prepare end of year business tasks and setting plans for a new year. Tucked in the silence of the morning, when everyone else is cooking, cleaning, planning or traveling, women entrepreneurs have a choice to work on their business or not.

I find working periodically during this busy holiday week gives me a sense of calm in the mix of the high pitched sounds, sights and emotions it brings. I don’t have to look to commercial store events, shopping extravagances or holiday performances to receive peace and joy because the best gift I receive year long is my commitment to my business and the customers I serve. The gift doesn’t come wrapped in a beautiful package with expensive wrappings; it comes in the simple every day dedication to make the world a better place by what I offer.

My wish for women entrepreneurs this holiday season is quiet work time to make your heart sing and to remind yourself that your decision to become a woman entrepreneur is one of the best gifts you have given yourself and continue to give yourself each year. Be joyful for the intellect to run your business, your energy to keep it innovative and your heart for making it matter.

I hope you find silence tucked in one morning this holiday to soak up the joy and peace of being a dedicated, successful woman entrepreneur serving the entire world with your business gifts. Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year to those and the ones you love.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. December 23, 2014 11:42 am

    Reblogged this on marysfairytaleweddings and commented:
    I found Tracy’s blog today to be so inspirational and heart felt. Wishing you much love and joy this holiday season!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. December 23, 2014 12:22 pm

    Thank you Mary for reblogging our post on your blog. Merry Christmas to you and the ones you love. Tracy


  3. December 23, 2014 12:52 pm

    Thank you for your post! It is definitely hard to get everything done (and many don’t realize that even though you are home, you are working!). I have pre-scheduled enough to allow myself some real time off during the holidays, but that does not mean I won’t check in! I wish you a wonderful holiday and look forward to more of your posts in 2015!


  4. December 23, 2014 3:36 pm

    Thank you Kimberly! I have appreciated your comments to my blog all year long. Thank you for being one of the people I am thankful for this year. I wish you a wonderful holiday and very successful New Year! Tracy


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