Synchronicity

bigstock-Door-to-new-world-Colourful--18949427_smallHave you ever set an intention, and then noticed that the Universe seemed to deliver an immediate answer or sign in response?

With the arrival of a new year, I knew I wanted to address the theme of resolutions, goals and dreams in this month’s post.

And then it happened… I was watching the movie “When the Game Stands Tall,” based on the true story of the De La Salle High School football team and its record-breaking 151 consecutive victories. As Jim Caviezel’s character, Coach Bob Ladouceur, spoke to the team about their “Commitment Cards” – a weekly practice the team used to set performance goals – something he said jumped out at me:

“Juniors, did you hear that? That is a perfect Commitment Card. Big goals that stretch his abilities, but are doable when giving a perfect effort.

This is the perfect segue into this month’s post, “How to Set Outrageously Realistic Goals.” I spent many years struggling to find the right approach to goal-setting, especially since I tend to be an in-the-flow, intuitive kind of person when it comes to how I spend my time and what I choose to create. And my New Year’s resolutions? Like so many people, mine seemed to last about a month.

Read on to learn about striking a balance between dreaming big, and being “realistic.”

To your prosperity in 2015.

2 Comments
  1. This blog post was very helpful to me. I’m sure others will see it useful as well.

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