Day 16 – Creating Your Motivational Action Plan – On the right track

  Welcome back to day 16 of the #write31days challenge.  I can’t say I am meeting the challenge 100%… I’ve never posted a blog every single day before, and I am discovering my days are more hectic than I’d care to admit.  However, I really feel like I am on the right track.  We started […]

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Day 14 – Creating Your Motivational Action Plan – Recalculating

Hello Trail Blazers…. If you have been following along in this 31 Day Series, you might have noticed we took an extended “rest stop.”  You see, over the weekend, I did not write in this series because I was out having some adventures.  On Sunday, my parents celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary by going up […]

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Day 11 – Creating Your Motivational Action Plan – Peak Bagging

A question I am often asked by clients is:  “Can I work on more than one goal at a time using my M.A.P.?”  Yes, and No.  You can work on smaller goals that will get you to your “Everest” – those are what we call “Way-Points” – but as my Dad used to say, you […]

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Day 10 – Creating Your Motivational Action Plan – Your Mountain is Waiting

I have very little precious time lately.  I am working full tilt on a project and I have deadlines coming up, and I’ve committed to this #write31days challenge.  Every moment has got to be productive… so when I sat down to write my Day 10 post last night and fell asleep, I couldn’t have been […]

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Day 9 – Create Your Motivational Action Plan – Follow Your Cairns

Welcome to Day 9 of my 31 day series “Creating Your Motivational Action Plan.”  Yesterday, we talked about the importance of removing all obstacles that get in your way, and focusing only on the resources that will get you to your goal.  By now, your M.A.P. is beginning to take shape – you have your […]

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Day 8 – Creating Your Motivational Action Plan – Focus on Where You Want to Go

Welcome to Day 8 of my 31 day Series “Creating Your Motivational Action Plan”   Yesterday, we reviewed the importance of clearing the trail.  By now, you should have a large piece of poster board or a white board, labeled with your Everest.  On the board, draw three columns.  In the right side column – place […]

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