Do you want to know who you are? Don’t ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.- Thomas Jefferson
We’ve spent a few more weeks thinking, planning, and doing magic. Now it’s time to return to the task at hand: doing the work necessary to accomplish our goals.
Trying to lose weight? Check Groupon and LivingSocial for cheap classes ranging from Boot Camp to Yoga to Dance. If you want to do food journaling, SparkPeople is a great free online resource.
Trying to find a job? Investigate attending a networking event in your field. Have a friend practice interview questions with you. Read Linchpin by Seth Godin. Have a professional go over your cover letter, resume, and post-interview thank you notes.
Trying to clear out your living space? Pick one room and clean it top to bottom. Start strategizing on how to keep it clean.
Want to practice more magically? Figure out a daily or weekly devotion you can stick to. Magically cleanse your home. Decide how you can find more time to do meditation if that’s your thing. I recommend reading Meditation in a New York Minute by Mark Thornton.
Trying to devote more time to something? Turn off the computer, and your phone, and get to it!
It’s Week 15. You’re tired. You’re bruised. You’re wondering what you’re accomplishing and why you’re putting up with me. You’re wondering if you are getting anywhere. You are. I’ve been reading each and every one of your journeys from the start. You have done so much more than you ever thought you could. You are kicking ass and taking names. I am so proud of you! All of you. Each one of you is pushing yourself past your comfort zones. It’s evident that you are working hard to get to where you want to be.
You’re a maker of things. A creator of dreams. A weaver of wills.
Don’t stop now.