Countdown to the final days of 2010. Have you decided how you are going to wrap up this year? Are you resigning yourself to falling short of your goals? Or are you determined to make one final push to complete the thing that would have you finish out December feeling empowered?
I’ve made no secret of the fact that while I have turned my life around after losing my late husband to cancer, the holidays are still difficult for me. For those of you who may be struggling this holiday season, you can check out my feature post that appeared on OpentoHope.com. It’s not too late to put plans in place to support yourself.
For all my readers, on this night before Christmas, I wish you the gift of peace, ease and grace. Peace on Earth is a tall order. It’s worth all our efforts to bring it about on a global level. However, true longstanding transformation begins within each of us.
At any moment, you are capable of re-defining who you are and what you are up to in your life. In the end, it all comes down to choice. If you don’t consciously identify the qualities and values that define the life you wish to be leading, you get a life lived by default. Most…
Links to three great posts with insights to shift your relationship with procrastination.
Making the most of what’s left in 2010 to relax, recharge and complete one key project to lay the groundwork for a great 2011.
This holiday season, choose wisely how you wish to spend your time…and consider what’s next by consciously designing the new year.
How can you be unstoppable? What might be possible if you gave the gremlins and inner critic a week or a month off and just went for it? Author, artist and businesswoman, SARK, exemplifies unstoppable…check it out.
What old sayings from the past no longer serve you? How can you reframe them to support you and your goals?
- Money doesn’t grow on trees.
- A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
- Here today, gone tomorrow.
- Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.
- Jack of all trades, master of none.
Courage and grace defined.