Where do you want to be in 10 years?

Haven’t thought about it? Don’t have time? Dare not dream?

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PermissionIt’s December. In less than a month those pesky coaches, motivational speakers and self-help gurus’ poker-hot breath will be like needles in the back of your neck…demanding to know your “New Year’s Resolutions.”

Bahhh! Personally, I haven’t found resolutions to be much help. But, I have noticed the power of focused intentions and a few solid goals. I set the goals and put the vision “out there,” into the powerful ethosphere. Stuff happens. In my day to day life I plug in actions to support those goals. I like to keep my timelines rather “loose” because I buy into the myth that more structure equals less freedom. I know it’s a myth, I teach others it’s a myth, but I choose to indulge it. I’m flawed.

Ahem…back to YOU! Are you ready to pack your 2015 launch? (click to Tweet)

As we go though the dreamy season of December, anticipating a fresh, new, year, consider where you’d like to be in 10 years. Too much? How about 5 years, that’s doable, right? Write it down. Dare to dream. Don’t be afraid of changes, or reinventing yourself. If you don’t know how to do this yourself, ask for help. (Hint: I’m a certified coach). This site is full of resources to help you manage time, get unproductive behaviour in check, get organized, build momentum, grow your art business and laugh at this blogger’s shortcomings – we might share some of those. There’s really nothing to keep you from making more money, achieving more recognition or having more fun.

Really. Nothing. 

When you think of your future, your 2015 launch, I hope you feel no pressure,  just permission.

  • Permission to dream
  • Permission to explore
  • Permission to change
  • Permission to try
  • Permission to fail
  • Permission to be yourself
  • Permission to achieve
  • Permission to seek
  • Permission to shine

The future is going to happen. It’s good news, really it is. It’s an opportunity to make some changes, try something new, or build momentum. Starving Artist is not an acceptable job title. (click to Tweet)


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Michelle Andres is a coach, writer and artist who champions others to follow the path less traveled; the path that leads straight to their joyful hearts.♥ Contact her for a gentle hand holding or a swift ass kicking.Writer, Artist, Coach


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