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Complete 2012 Powerfully + Launch 2013 with Commitment Part 2

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Now that it’s the dawn of 2013, your mind is probably racing ahead to the days, the goals, the good times you want to see unfold.  You might still be relaxing (I hope you are!), but you’re starting to get antsy.  You might have thought of a few new year’s resolutions already.  But this time around, you want it to be different.  You want to really accomplish them!  Not just make them and then halfway accomplish them or give up on them.

If you haven’t yet done the Complete 2012 series of exercises from my previous blog, I highly recommend that you do them before starting the work below.  You can read all about them here.  It’s not too late to do them.  In fact, I normally do the completion exercises over the first weekend of the new year.  It just seems to work out that way.

Following, you’ll find Part 2 of the two-part structure, Launch 2013 with Commitment.  As with Part 1, it will take a bit of time.  But, I promise that the reward of doing these two exercises will surprise you.  I do them every year.  And every year I get something totally unexpected out of the process.


Complete 2012 Powerfully + Launch 2013 with Commitment Part 1

Friday, December 21st, 2012

As the year winds down perhaps you’re having a few thoughts about how 2012 has gone.  Well, okay, more than a few.  And perhaps there are some ideas floating around about what you hope and dream for in 2013.

This post is designed to help you with a bit of structure.  There are times that are great for musing, certainly. And once that’s done, some simple, effective structure can help you take those musings, solidify them, and get to work making them a reality.

Following, you’ll find Part 1 of a two-part structure, Completing 2012 Powerfully.  This will take a bit of time, but the reward will surprise you.  I do this every year with my husband and it’s one of my favorite things we do together all year long.

First, I encourage you to carve out time for yourself.  Go somewhere that you can focus on this important work, but still be relaxed.  For me, it’s one of two favorite cafes.  An extra hot vanilla latte at King’s Road does wonders for putting me in the right zone.


This Holiday, Give the Gift of Acknowledgment

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Have you ever thought something nice about someone but didn’t tell them? Whether they are a close family member or an acquaintance at work, acknowledgment is direct access from one heart to another. Yes, that can be scary, and perhaps even seems easier left unsaid.

But don’t be fooled! Acknowledgment is actually a gift you give to another and, in turn, yourself. And the more you do it, the more fun and easy it becomes. The next time you have a thought like this, speak up, and tell the other person what you appreciate about them. Acknowledge them with no attachment to how they respond.

The gift of acknowledgment is magical. You’ll feel a new sense of affinity and love, which is really what the holidays are all about!