“Be careful what you water your dreams with. Water them with worry and fear and you will produce weeds that choke the life from your dream. Water them with optimism and solutions and you will cultivate success.” ~ Lao Tzu
Stop waiting. Dreams are changeable and also renewable. What you imagined at one life-stage to be your dream, may no longer be interesting. Revisit the dream. Some ideas do not stand the test of time while others continue to grow and command your attention. Does your vision still hold energy and excitement for you? If not, move on and don’t waste time with what might have been. Can you extract elements from the original, and make revisions to fit your current aspiration? Are you ready to explore further or content to sit back and fantasize? Only you know the answer.
If a goal is a dream with a plan and a deadline, what’s your strategy? An unwritten wish is just a dream. By putting it in writing, it becomes a commitment, a goal. According to the writer, Sebastian Marshall, “Having a single minded goal to work towards lets you bring all your attention and focus to the problem, and cuts all the weighing, measuring and uncertainty.”
Next 5 Steps:
Identify your goal. Make it measurable so you will know when you reach it
Make it a plan that includes the tasks you need to reach your goal.
Add these specifics to your calendar. If they are recurring, schedule them
Track your progress
Based upon the results, adjust your plans to meet your goals.
However comfortable you assumed you were with choice and change, new behaviors may morph into overwhelming anxiety that was never anticipated. This makes it the ideal time to engage the support of a career coach with experience in helping professionals achieve better, faster, results. At KICKSTART Your Transition we offer a broad range of services to fit your needs
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