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Sassy goals

Sassy goals

I love sassy goals, I love sassy missions.

I love to list my goals, more importantly I love to write down lists of actions. I select timeline, reachable tasks, sustainable efforts, some more measurable, some less measurable. I love putting down on paper the overflow of ideas clustered in my mind. It gives me a sense of importance and of clarity from which I can narrow down my sassy goals.  A couple years ago, I regularly pledge to get to the bottom of the to do list hanging on my board, nagging me. Some of these building business chores were holding me back; it was all new stuffs for me. Paralyzing me. Usually when I stayed too long in an unknown territory, the old belief system stating that ‘I’m not good enough’ grew some power over my self-confidence resulting in loosing the sassy effect. No sassy effect. No sassy goals.

 

I tried everything. I’ve put together vision boards, self-declarations and I planned the whole year ahead with 3 months goals representing milestones of my success. There was still something wrong. I was doing it by fueling from my own power and it was never enough. After a short time, I was done with the race, extenuated, so out of order. I was going through an internal power surge, not a breakdown, not a depression, not a burnout but I kept operating from my very rational intellectual conception of what I needed to do in order to succeed. It was not enough energy to take in a marathon like starting a flourishing business with purpose. There was no sassy goals, no fun to show up, just meaningless humdrums like the old days at the office.

I used to think procrastination as a defect, a lack of will or leadership, the proof of the missing piece separating brilliant successful people from the others.  I was right about one thing there was a missing piece: Me wholehearted 1, brave, courageous and willing to walk the extra miles to get out there. I discovered I was shy of my natural sassiness in the business field. I redefined out there again until I felt locked and loaded with delicious joyful bliss, until I felt like starting right now.  Then I realized my list of goals was more difficult to achieve than I thought and, there was too much to be done. Even if died  as a 135 years old healthy wise goddess, there was still not enough time to build all of that.

So, I went for not more than 3 sassy crazy achievable priorities for the next 12 months. I chunked each of them in smaller goals and I established milestones in order to stay the course. My oh! My goddess, once it’s done it sounds so easy and it feels empowering.

My three sassy goals fueled by purpose, passion, love and commitment are:

  1. Creating a healthy sparkling unstoppable network of builders of benevolence in 2016.
  2. Creating outstanding solid weekly residual incomes to share wealth, love and solidarity among all of us by August 18th.
  3. Creating hope, inner freedom and financial relief to support humanist organization give birth to their projects in a sustainable way.

Now, we all know it is all possible if I let go of the need to stick rigidly to the plan. The plan defines the final destination; the milestones are to stay the course. The weekly commitments and actions design the compound effect 2. The first step is to engage and execute on a daily basis to create commitments. No more questions ask. My true freedom is to be do be do who I choose to: a sassy successful coach, entrepreneur and blogger.

  1. Brené Brown wrote exceptional books about living wholehearted.
  2. Darren Hardy is the author of the book The Compound effect.

 

 

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