Keep on taking action in the direction of your dreams. A goal is a dream with a deadline according to a fortune cookie message I cracked open.
I’ll be 52 soon. I can tell you that the future can be better. There’s no crystal ball to peer into to predict what will happen of course. Yet it makes sense to have hope.
Each of us is capable of having our own version of a full and robust life.
As I get older I remember the city of my youth that has been long gone. You’re only young once. Yet it’s possible to have a youthful outlook your whole life.
I want to publish three other non-fiction books in addition to this second one I’m writing now. What I want to write in here in the blog now is about some of the topics of these other books that await wings.
Reclaiming ourselves in recovery is possible.
I will always maintain that I succeeded despite my time in the CMHS–Community Mental Health System–not because of it. Today we have more and better options and we can create our own options too.
The goal as I see it is to be happy and take joy in living. Sometimes you need to have a Plan B when what you wanted to do isn’t working out. It takes guts to give up one thing and start to do something else.
Yet the older I get in my life I see the beauty in focusing on the elemental: having a core set of values that determine what you prioritize as being meaningful work you want to do now.
Get rid of the extraneous things and the negative people that weigh you down. Do only what suits you. My motto is: be bold. Be innovative.
To that end I have created another idea about goal-setting that I’m testing out now to see if I want to include it in a book.
In the coming blog entries I’m going to talk about some of the things I’ve written in the next three books.