Spring is a time of planting seeds that will bloom in summer. As far as your career, what do you want to create? Start planting seeds now.
Your seeds can be inquiries, actions, research, developing skills, making necessary changes. Start now – create the flowers that you want to bloom for you this summer.
For those of you in the southern hemisphere, what flowers bloomed for you in summer?
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The best way to get where you want to be involves combining goals and action. Start with identifying the outcomes you want to achieve and then, set a strong intention to get there. Your strong intention fuels your actions.
Creating a strong intention involves planning, identifying the steps you need to take, persistence and discipline. Before you know it, you will be there.
What is a goal that you have? Decide what you need to do, set your strong intention and get into action!
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Have you ever been in a situation where you run out of ideas and are stalled in place? What did you do?
When there is nothing left to try there are options, even if solutions are elusive. You can give up on the situation and take action accordingly. You can solicit help by getting ideas from others. You can try again, in a different way.
The key is to stay moving. Stalling or stopping in defeat does not serve you. Stay in motion and stalling is no longer an option.
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When you look at this photo, what thoughts and feelings does it evoke? Perhaps anticipation? Maybe dread? Does it spur you to action or turn you away?
Yes, 2018 is loading. Ready or not, here it comes.
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1. Start the year doing something new that is fun and brings you joy.
2. Pare down your goals and resolutions to what is achievable.
3. Commit to balance during the year.
4. Identify 3 things that no longer serve you and let go of them this month.
5. Create a way or place to retreat from the chaos in the world, when you need to.
6. Plan to do something that will amaze others (and yourself!) in 2017.
7. Forgive yourself for anything that went wrong in 2016.
8. Be honest about what is not working in your life right now and try to fix it.
9. Believe in yourself.
10. Acknowledge your accomplishments in 2016.
The holidays have arrived. How are you doing? You can control how you experience the holidays this year or you can let them control you and take you on a wild, not so pleasant, ride. Which will it be?
What are three things that you can do today to make the holidays your best ever? Do them and enjoy!
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Once you have identified a goal, the first significant step you can take towards achieving it is to create momentum. Without movement, your goal is dormant and very little can happen. With movement, you and your goal are energized.
How you create momentum is up to you. Some ways to create momentum are: to build accountability by telling others of your goal and by when you plan to achieve it, to develop a plan and timeline, to get the support and resources you need or to find a way to challenge and reward yourself.
Movement brings you forward. That is where achievement of your goal lies and where you need to go.
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Life is not static. It goes at many speeds, during different times. Are you in action right now? Is your current speed right for you?
Match your speed to your intentions and your productivity will increase.
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Is there something you really need to move on? Here’s a push – get it done. Start today, make a plan and get in motion.
Action is the foundational key to all success.
– Pablo Picasso
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Spring is here and it’s a good time to get in motion. What do you want to move on? Create some focus, set a timeframe and begin. Make a commitment and you’ll generate results.
If something you want to do is stagnating, it’s best to get it done. You’ll lighten your load and make room for other things. Spring is a season of renewal. Put new energy into your work and enjoy what it brings for you.
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