This is so true. I feel so differently about my goals now that they are written in blood. Well...pencil, but you get my point. LOLThanks for the reminder to make my lists this morning! Have a fab day! Guess what? It's snowing again.HugsLu
It really resonated with me too, and I figured it was because of all the work we've been doing on the Defeating Self-Defeating Behavior. Glad it reminded you to make your winner and superstar lists for the day!!Do you want me to tell you what the temperature is going to be here today? LOL
I do better reaching my goals if I write them down. Something about taking the time to write them out that keeps me focused.
I think having them written down makes them more real. If they're floating around in my brain, then no one else knows about them and I don't feel like I really need to do them. No one will know if I do or don't - and hell, sometimes I even forget!! Even if it's something that I really want, I get so caught up in life that I forget. *Smacks forehead*But writing it down, like you said, keeps me focused. And reminds me of what I want and what I need to do to get there. And, speaking of, I just sat down and wrote out my goals for the next five years! *gulp*I'm going to share them with my Change Coaches but after the fact, I'll let you guys know if I've reached them or not. hehe
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