Come Clean in 2019

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Make this your new all-year mantra:

I will Come Clean in 2019

Say it again: I will come clean in 2019

Right now today and every day from now on all through 2019—do what it takes for you to come clean so you can authentically live your dreams.  Be honest about your dreams, tell the truth about what’s in your heart, expose how you are really doing (maybe for the first time ever), acknowledge your doubts and fears, be bold-share your challenges and success.

The challenge for you in 2019 is essentially internal—know who you are inside and out.  Invest in hearing your true inner thoughts. Evaluate your insecurities, claim your goals and desires, accept that you can and will change, and vividly see your achievements.

First, have no fear. Hear and feel the authentic YOU. Quietly, without judgment, examine in increments your doubts and insecurities.  Everyone has them; face whatever comes up with courage and confidence.  Change any thought of “impossible” to I’M POSSIBLE, that’s really who you are.

Start now by celebrating 2019.  This is your year to make changes in your life and thus in the world.  It may feel daunting at first to accept responsibility for self-change and then think about how this change , however minute, affects the world. Make life changes- feel the fear (doubt or insecurity) and dogmatically do it anyway.

Next, accept that change is both a challenge and a bounty that you desire and deserve. Get ready now, work on yourself with a positive mindset, so that you are prepared to proudly claim your goals and desires.

I will come clean in 2019

The year 2019 is 365 days long; keep who you are and what you purpose to do in your heart, mind and soul all day every day and make progress towards that by vamping up your selective activities, network, contacts, and incremental projects to reach your goal(s).

Remember a goal without a definite completion date is only a longing. Write down each goal with a close out date.

       “Do one thing every day that scares you.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt

What one daily activity will you do to come clean in 2019? Write out your list of tasks (they may scare you) that stretch your exposure zone every day.

Here are suggestions that will enable you to make the scary into the sacred:

  • Read:

Climb Every Obstacle; Eliminate Your Limits! www.climbeveryobstacle.com – Anita Jefferson

The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom: Practical and Spiritual Steps so You Can Stop Worrying –Suze Orman

The Abundance Book www.quartus.org

Strengths Finder – Tom Rath

Wake Up Happy – Michael Strahan

Living Large for the Long Haul – Clark Howard

The Secret www.thesecret.tv

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success – Deepak Chopra

Oh, the Places You’ll Go – Dr. Seuss

“Congratulations! Today is your day…You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. YOU can steer yourself any direction you choose….” ~Dr. Seuss

 

  • Meditate

Meditation is to the mind what aerobic exercise is to the body.

  • Write it down

Write It Down Make it Happen: Knowing What You Want and Getting It  (Henriette Anne Klauser, Ph.D.)

  • Make a Goal List

Goal Setting www.mindtools.com

  • Make a Dreamboard  www.Oprah.com
  • Listen to music
  • Dance
  • Repeat daily as often as you like – I will come clean in 2019

Make each day in 2019 your day to come clean.  Examine what scares you (doubts, fear, insecurity) and make it sacred.

“Fear does not exist, only interpretations.” ~Friedrich Nietzsche

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2018 is Your Year to…

Own 2018, it is your year to be in your power.  Take the challenge to craft direct and definite changes in your life that adds to your strengths and already present power.  Female or male, you are powerful, lead the way to a mindful gathering of day-by-day simple change that cumulatively will add memory muscle to the incredible, divine YOU!

2018 goals

2018 is your year to …

  • complete a project
  • learn new information
  • make a significant pledge to yourself
  • modify your character
  • explore, discover, define (you choose what)

The potentialities in 2018 for you are limitless.  The only requirement is that you are specifically particular about what is important (life changing) to you.  Make it simple and doable.

For example, you may chose to be less judgmental.  Great!  Here is a process:  Gabrielle Bernstein, author of the new book, Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living a Better Life, outlines a six-step process ( step 1 is outlined below) to help you minimize debilitating resentment and fear that is rooted in judgment.

Step 1 you’ll get intimate with your inner judgment which will stall your progress, identify the triggers underneath it, and get honest about how it makes you feel. This authentic audit of your behavior is a necessary first step. Without it, excuses, fear, or procrastination will set in and impede your movement to the next phase of your power growth in 2018.

Simple: be honest, that’s the primary pivotal first step for whatever change you will make in 2018.  You definitely have the POWER to live your healthiest, happiest, most authentic life. Be honest about what it takes for you to live and imprint healthier habits and behaviors that create lasting change.

You are powerful enough to live your healthiest, happiest, most authentic life. Embrace and tap into healthier habits and behaviors that create lasting change not only for 2018 but for longevity.

it’s your year.

Fantastic Friday

mauzyJamie Crane-Mauzy

24 year-old Jamie Crane-Mauzy is a champion.  She learned to ski when she was only one year old, being a profession in the sport was a solid childhood dream.  In 2008, at age 16, she joined the United States Ski Team’s Elite Aerial Development Program.

Goals are meaningful to Crane-Mauzy.  She says,

“If you take baby steps in the direction of your dream, you can accomplish whatever you want.”

This statement and mentality propelled her to achieve amazing  goals:

  • 2010 first female freestyle champion at Junior Snowboard & Freestyle World Championships
  • 2013 first female freeskier to land a double backflip
  • 2013 first female skier to flip off a rail in competition

However, in 2015 her skiing career ended when she crashed during a competition in Canada. The accident caused paralysis and  a devastating brain injury causing a comma and severe memory loss.  She lad to learn how to walk and talk again after her memory returned but Jamie remained positive a motivated throughout as she rebuilt her life.  “I didn’t worry too much about the future or compare myself to the past” she says “I just set goals I could accomplish.

Jamie Crane-Mauzy   has accomplished much, she is an elite woman of achievement.

As we celebrate Jamie, please send your nominations for a person to profile on Fantastic Friday.  Make this day as FANTASTIC as you are.

Fantastic Friday

Each Fantastic Friday post profiles someone or something fascinating and fantastic.  Today, celebrate Usher Raymond.

usher It doesn’t matter whether Usher is paying tribute to James Brown as he did on ABC ‘s “Taking the Stage” or if he is just flowing with his own music and style, the one name “just Usher baby” singer is Fantastic.

Usher is quoted, “Strivers achieve  what dreamers believe.” speaks volumes because Usher Raymond is  a striver.  In 2016 he was honored with a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, he has garnered two Grammy Awards, is co-owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, and is a husband and father of two children.

One of Usher’s peak achievements for this 38 year old, beyond what he has already done, is his  New Look Foundation which he started in 1999 and remains actively involved.  New Look provides funding and service for children in foster care, offers conferences and camps for at-risk youth and provides leadership sessions for under-served youth in the community.  For his investment in the non-profit arena, Usher has received awards from the Boys and Girls Clubs, the Trumpet Awards and the NAACP.

It’s Friday and Usher is Fantastic!

Who do you suggest as a person to profile as fantastic, post your nominations here.  Remember, you too are fantastic!

75 Questions: Day 74

There were 75 days before the New Year 2017 began, according to the Gregorian calendar when this series of blog  questions began. Now there is only ONE day before new year’s day. Incredible! Mind-blowing! Insane.

In keeping withe the trend, this blog posting will ask you one question. That question may inspire you, it may perplex you, it may anger you, or it may tickle you. The deliberate  intent of the 75 questions is to probe, to prompt a reaction, to get you to stretch, to press beyond tradition or boundaries, to think broader, to break free as you ponder and then give a thoughtful answer to the question.

It’s all about you. Each of the 75 questions probed to prompt a reaction. You get to embrace your heart. And, allow others to see what is true and real about you. Life is about the worth of your relationships: to others, the environment and yourself. You are just that important.

Ask questions. Check out your world. Ask others what is special about you. Grow. Glow.

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You are an eloquent, bright light

The overall intent of the 75 questions is to capture change. The questions are to be a precursor for inner change that leaves you feeling safe,vital, dynamic, in control, powerful, intrigued, universal, connected, and authentic.

When these astounding  emotions are opened up within you (they already exist), you change and your world changes and the whole world changes with you.

Question 74: What do others see in you? (Ask them)

75 Questions: Day 73

When this blog series of 75 Questions began, there were 75 days before the pivotal start of New  Year 2017, according to the Gregorian calendar. From that day forward, the life-changing  countdown began and it continues. So, for the next 5 days (Monday – Sunday) the blog postings will still ask you one question. That question may inspire you, it may perplex you, it may anger you, or it may tickle you. The main thrust is to get you to your zone of happiness.

The main intent of the 75 questions is to probe, to prompt a reaction, to get you to stretch, to press beyond tradition or boundaries, to think broader, to break free,  to find your dharma. All that is asked is for you to give a thoughtful answer to the question. Focus.

It’s about the trust that is within you. You are your guide to help life go right. The arrow direction of which only you dominantly control. Awakened mindfulness, compassion, awareness. Meditation on your intention, that your guide arrow. Peek into your peak.

The overall intent of the 75 questions is to capture change. The questions are to be a precursor for inner change that leaves you feeling more safe, in control, powerful, intrigued, and authentic..

When these amazing emotions are opened up within you (they already exist), you change and your world changes and the whole world changes with you.

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Question 73: Your intentions are what ?