Concentrate on Passions Or Goals?

Goals vs. Passions

Importance of Passions vs. Goals-

Concentrate on your passions vs. your goals and watch what happens. Do you find it difficult to find success, happiness, and purpose in life while others seem to swim in it? Do you put your hobbies and passions on hold for a “someday”?

I have been extremely goal oriented my whole life, but now that I look back, I realize I didn’t always follow my passions.  If you follow your passions, your goals will automatically identify themselves effortlessly.

So, just what is your definition of passion (non-relationship, of course)? Here are some thoughts. Which ones are right for you?  These questions would be great items to journal about, too.


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Journal Goals, Live Goals

see the light by journalingWe are coming up on the first of 2018.  I posted this same content on my blog last year and, here we are again.  As usual, you probably are beginning to gather up in your mind the goals for the upcoming year and beyond.  In the book, Write It Down, Make It Happen, Henriette Anne Klauser, writes that “life is a decision”.   With 60 plus years under my belt, I can say it is true.  The focus of this blog, Journal Goals, Live Goals, will give you some tools to begin.

I would like to recommend that you begin journaling now to bring clarity to your 2018 goals.  Taking the time to really dwell on your goals will deepen the impact of the result.  Just because we write something down, doesn’t mean it is going to happen.  Yes, it does get the subconscious moving and synchronicities will start to happen, but along the way, we may have blocks and jam ups.  Planning for those blocks ahead of time will make the goal more attainable.

Let’s start with one 2018 journal goal.

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Sticky Note Journaling Week 2 – Life Goals

It is week 2 of the Sticky Note Journaling Series – Life Goals.
This week your goal is to write every day on one sticky note 1 goal you want to accomplish in the next 5 years.   It can be an easy accomplishment or something grandiose such as retiring in 5 years.   Don’t think too much about it.  Just let it flow.  So, at the end of the week, you could potentially have 7 goals you want to accomplish in the next 5 years.   Try not to repeat a goal from the previous day, but, hey, it is your journal.  If that goal is very important, then maybe it will keep recurring.

Pay Attention to Synchronicities

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