This post is a contribution to the Creative Odyssey blog hop hosted by Jess Van Den.
What do I want out of 2011? More of the same, please.
- I want to understand what holds me back from creating greatness.
- I want to create things that changes lives.
- I want to create relationships & communities that empower people.
- I want to find inspiration in the smallest details of life.
- I want to create a work life that feeds my persona life.
My creativity – the power & drive to create – is not limited to yarn or paint or paper or clay. Neither is yours. In 2011, I want to see the full array of possibility for creation.
I choose to aim high. But I also understand that aiming high means fully appreciate the little things. Knowing that details are what create a whole experience.
My goal is to envision greatness, see the small pieces of its puzzle, and give myself over to realizing them fully.
I choose to act fast. That’s what I’m good at. Deliberation is not in my skill set.
I will craft a lifestyle that allows me to turn on a dime. I will embark on projects that are as lithe as my spirit.
My goal is to understand what a good idea looks like as quickly as possible. To not be sucked in by the false promises of bad ideas.
claim your prize.
I choose to know my prize. To allow it to be one of great value. I am claiming financial, familial, & spiritual wealth. Maybe not in that order.
I will understand exactly what my prize is. The gold at the end of the rainbow. The light at the end of the tunnel. I will create a road map to get me there.
My goal is to not feel shame for wanting it all. To not feel guilt if I don’t quit get it all.
Yes, more of the same, please.
In 2011, my goal is to give you more of the same. To provide inspiration & empowerment for your creative life & work. But I do so with a better understanding of what you want & need from me. I’ll be focusing on providing a heavy dose of practicality and everyday solutions for dealing with fear, time, and focus.
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Thanks for a great 2010! Happy holidays & happy New Year from me to you!