Written by Marisol Dahl It’s been a couple months since I officially stopped the traditional job search and moved into freelancing full-time. And I love it. My clients are great, and I am engaged in the work that I do. I feel truly, truly grateful to start my post-college life in this way. But! The work-life […]
Big goals bring us alive. They call us forth, add meaning to our lives, and help us bust-through our own upper limits reach our fullest potential.
The paradox of big goals is that the more potential they have to change our lives, the more paralyzing our fears can become. That’s what change is all about: breaking down so we can build ourselves back-up — stronger, more confident, more alive.
Are you ready to Make Sh*t Happen?
I’ve got a 10-week course called Make Sh*t Happen that will help you take your biggest, scariest, hairiest goal from “improbable” idea to inevitable success. Learn more and sign-up to be notified about the next launch here. In the meantime, read about two of our recent success stories: How Devin Termini lost 85 pounds and changed his life, and a Q&A with Shannyn Allen: From Broke Grad Student to Rockstar Blogger.
Goal-setting: Laying the foundation. What brings you alive?
- What’s on Your Life Checklist? & Life Checklist Template
- 13 Questions for 2013
- 2011: Calling All Dreamers
- 10 Questions to Help You Stop Thinking and Start DOING (with template!)
- What ONE THING will you regret not doing this year? My story as told through my journal
- Big, Hairy, Scary Goals & Sticky Goals
- Wrestling with a big decision? New template at your service!
- Help a Reader Out: How Do You Make Decisions?
- Caught a Case of The Jealousies? 4 Ways to Do Something About It
On persistence, commitment, and surviving the dip
- Failure is Required. Expect Nothing Less
- One Action Can Make a World of Difference
- One Day at a Time
- Something is Better than Nothing
- How to Create a Peer Support Network
- Revolution.Is: Act As If
- Live for the Dip
- Just because you’re not seeing progress doesn’t mean it isn’t being made
- Joseph Campbell on The Hero’s Journey
- Forget Goals; Find the Happy Place!
- Conquer Your Fear: An Epic ePic from Mars Dorian
- Inner Critic Incarnate: 6 Lessons From Negative Reviews (Hint: They Don’t Kill You!)
Tales from a few of my biggest goals:
- Triathlon: 5 Things I Learned From Panicking… then Finishing
- I FINISHED MY MARATHON!!!
- Health & Fitness Resource Bonanza (& Mayo Clinic Book Giveaway)
- A Recipe for Fall that Even *I* Can Cook (and August Health Challenge Update)
- New York, New York
Yoga/Yoga Teacher Training
- A Little Slice of Heaven: 20 Life Lessons I Learned on the Rogue River
- Video Post: Headed out! See you in November…
- Eat. Sleep. Yoga. Part One: White Lotus
- Eat. Sleep. Yoga. Part Two: Re-Entry.
- Light, Love and Yoga Money
- Everybody starts somewhere: my spontaneous speech in which I drop an F-bomb
- Bali Travel Report: the Good, the Bad, the Ugly . . . and the Beautiful
- Check out my full yoga website (and Yoga 101 articles)
I will always be grateful for my mother, who raised my little brother and me without a man in the house, who taught us to value our education despite never finishing elementary school herself, and who never let being paralyzed stop her from caring for her two sons. My mother made living on food stamps […]
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