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To Live Like Others Can’t, I Will Do What Others Won’t

Sorry that it’s been a while. I’ve started a post then never finished it!

 

I was going to do the 12 Week Year, then decided to do the 100 Day Year. I’ll have 3 100 Day Years & the last will be about 82 days.

 

This first year runs December 12th – March 22nd.

 

I’m actually 5 days behind but I’ll get there. I’ve been doing some goal refocusing. I have an overall goal of what I want to accomplish in these now 95 days.

 

One of the videos I’ve been watching was a Facebook Live that John Assaraf recently did. It is The 7 Power Factors of Success. One of them struck me was under Vision.

 

He spoke about how our brain finds it hard to believe in long-term goals because we haven’t reached our goals in the past. So sometimes breaking our goals down into mini-goals can help us see that long-term goal.

 

So I’m going to try that this first 100 Days. It would be nice to make a few bucks these next 2 weeks of the year, but my main goal is to set up a foundation.

 

I still need to finish the Christmas Coaching, so need to get back to Sojourn this week on that.

 

So these next 2 weeks I’m planning on being focused on getting my foundation set up.

 

What I want 2018 to bring me:  To finish what I start. To not get wrapped up in Shiny Objects. To be smart about future WSO purchases. To have focused work time.

 

Of course, I have financial goals that I want to reach to help in personal endeavors, but the thing I look forward to is being able to help others. Whether I develop training or am able to help financially when a crisis hits or to help someone in a bind.

 

A few weeks back, one of my friends used one of the Grocery PickUp services. There was an error & they doubled her order. But she took it & financially it didn’t hurt her. That’s where I want to be. To be able to purchase groceries & not worry about how much they cost. To know that no matter what is on my list, I’ll be able to get it all.

 

If someone is short, to be able to cover their shortage. If I’m out & about, be able to pay it forward. To be moved to give someone $20 or $100 just because.

 

I look forward to some awesome updates in the coming weeks!

December 17th, 2017 by