Soul Goals

Written by Julie Jordan Scott

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I look so forward torepparttar get togethers I have scheduled so we can continue to grow together, much more intentionally than we have inrepparttar 101958 recent past.

I won't be preparing an elegant meal: it will be simple. What I will prepare isrepparttar 101959 space in my heart for some special conversation and laser focus onrepparttar 101960 people I care about it. The ones who I have not demonstrated this focus upon lately.

My soul has missed it. And now I am responding atrepparttar 101961 absolutely perfect time.

As you look over your goals and intentions, which goals speak to your soul? Which goals can you look towards which are there simply to remind you ofrepparttar 101962 connections you have with fellow travelers on life's path? Which ones remind you ofrepparttar 101963 beauty that surrounds you?

If these are absent from your list, what would berepparttar 101964 best solution?

Modify your list and add some Soul Goals.

What will amaze you each time is not onlyrepparttar 101965 powerful impact upon your Soul, you will noticerepparttar 101966 powerful impact on your work as well.

Passion Activator: You may be leery of this whole concept of "Soul Goals".

There is nothing inherently wrong with your query.

What I would request you do is this: take out your list of goals or begin creating a list of goals. For each 5 "hard" or business, career, personal achievement goals, include one "Soul Goal".

This way if it is your first attempt at Goal Setting, you will have a place to start.

Secondly, if you work with a daily "To Do" list (my personal preference and tool to use is a "Possibility List") be sure to userepparttar 101967 same ratio. For each 5 "hard" items onrepparttar 101968 list, include 1 "Soul Item" on your list.

Finally, be lovingly patient and compassionate with yourself. Change does not occur overnight. It occurs with consistent, passionate action towards positive change.

Julie Jordan Scott is a Success Coach, Writer, Speaker, Radio Host and Mom Extraordinaire who inspires people worldwide to live more passionate lives through her personal and group coaching, teleclasses, seminars and free ezines. Subscribe to DailyPassionActtivator now via email: or via web

How to Wind a Cuckoo Clock

Written by Dave Balch

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It recently dawned on me that this experience serves as a great illustration of two important points. First of all,repparttar importance of education; there is always a "right" way and a "wrong" way to do just about anything, regardless of how simple and obvious it may seem. It is unlikely that what you are trying to do in your business has never been tried before. Why suffer throughrepparttar 101957 mistakes that others have made when they did what you are doing? Do everything you can to learn from other people's experience and save yourselfrepparttar 101958 grief of repeating their mistakes. I used to pull all three chains at once; it never occurred to me thatrepparttar 101959 back ofrepparttar 101960 clock could break underrepparttar 101961 strain. He's seen it happen. I'm glad that I learned from his experience beforerepparttar 101962 clock came crashing down because a),repparttar 101963 falling clock would probably breakrepparttar 101964 glass table beneath it, b) I might be physically injured if hit byrepparttar 101965 clock or flying glass and c), I cherish my clocks and would hate to lose one. Find seminars, classes, tapes, books, or websites that can help you avoidrepparttar 101966 avoidable. Your time and money will be well spent.

The other important point is that you can learn and grow fromrepparttar 101967 most unlikely places. Keep your eyes and ears open; you just never know when a "Skip" will waltz into your life for even a brief moment and leave you with a tidbit that will change you forever.

"Make More Money and Have More Fun" with your small business! Dave will show you how with his FREE newsletter, "Big Bucks in a Bathrobe" sent by e-mail. Visit Comments and/or questions are always welcome at 1-800-366-2347 or

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