I’ve got a great idea and I think you might like it too. How about instead of resolutions, we make some wishes this year? Doesn’t that sound like more fun than resolutions? Let’s face it, resolutions sound like work. A good list of resolutions calls for a nose to the grindstone – roll up your shirt sleeves – grin and bear it, attitude. And frankly, I’m not sure I’m up for it this year. This year I’m making wishes.
When I think of wishes, I am immediately transported to a world of marshmallow hearts with Tinkerbell as my guide. I float through space toward my dreams eating chocolate Bonbons and sipping on pink lemonade. Won’t you join me? Here’s the thing; wishes and resolutions actually have a lot in common. Both are created out of a vision we have for the future.
On the other hand, a wish doesn’t call for any action, while a resolution requests that we do something to make our vision a reality. What if we used both tools combined? Let’s take the time to make our wishes crystal clear. So clear that we can see them coming true. Then we can support those wishes with actions and resolutions. This way we get the best of both worlds – pink marshmallows and tangible results. How is that for a one – two punch? Are you with me?
Now, I want to tell you about the wish I have for you. My wish is that you get more family time with less stress and more fun. It is with you in mind that I created a 3 week e-coaching program that will walk you through the steps to create your wishes and the action it will take to bring those wishes to fruition.
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Coach Me Quick Tips For Making Wishes:
- Allow yourself to dream. Make a BIG wish – just like the kind of wish you made when you were a little girl blowing out your birthday candles.
- Once you identify a wish, take the time to make it clear. If there is any part of the vision that looks a little fuzzy, take the time to clarify it.
- Identify one action that you can take this week toward making that wish come true.
Be your own Tinker Bell and be sure to eat some Bon Bons along the way.