Last night I was talking with some of my dearest friends about Manifesting our Dreams through Power of Goalsetting.
As we were sharing, I explained way I manifested my current radio show. It all started when more than 5 years ago I wrote my 100 lifetime goals. Included on list was my own radio show. This year, that came to fruition.
I also mentioned adding some distinctly "unbusinessy" goals on my list. These goals ironically have power to significantly impact bottom line of all my entrepreneurial and personal growth efforts.
These Goals are what I call my "Soul Goals".
As I write, I am looking at a simple glass vase on my desk. In it are three roses and an iris. Just act of looking at them makes me smile. In another favorite workspace of mine, kitchen table, there is a bouquet of gloriously fragrant huge deep red roses. Last night I opened door on my corner cabinet and scent of these magnificent flowers hypnotized me, filling me with wonder.
On same 100 Lifetime Goals list, I wrote "have fresh flowers in my office and home at all times". These delectable floral arrangements from my own garden are a fulfillment of that goal. It is an ongoing goal, a soul goal that in turn makes me more productive in my adventures in business and life.
This weekend I saw many friends I had not seen in a long time.
In many conversations, I included, "Are you able to get away from your office for lunch during week? I would love to invite you tolunch so we can catch up and simply spend time together."
Another goal on my list is "Have lunch with one friend weekly". This is abare minimum goal. It is also one I have overlooked as I busily careened down mompreneur path. Seeing all my beloved (and neglected) friends this week end reminded me how important it is to have these regularly scheduled heart connection times.
Without scheduling, they simply won't happen!
None of these folks knew about all current excitement in my life, nor did I know excitement in their lives. One of my friend is having significant challenges with her teen aged son, another friend is still in same job she wanted to quit when we met six years ago.