1. normajean 4 years ago

    Thank you! Tonight I needed this. I have a vision board from years ago that still hangs in my bathroom and I look at it daily. But I need to make a new one and be more specific. Goals and dreams I have been working on a lot lately. But again…I need to work some more on them. I have felt the impact, in the last month, of the universe in action, and I have to admit it is pretty impressive…I want more of that. I am happy, I have passion for what I am doing. I am helping people change their lives and gain their self-esteem, their self-respect back, by giving them the tools to facilitate that change. That is a wonderful passion to have. But that does not mean that it is all sunshine and rainbows…I am still working on me, and that is kinda scary and a little nerve wracking at times…what will I find?

  2. Carol 4 years ago

    I know one thing that is going on my vision board or should I say two things. I understand more about this than the first time around. It is exciting to be planning what I would like to do with my life, with the skills I have learnt over the past eight years. Stay tuned for more.

  3. Cindy Yellow Butterfly 4 years ago

    This motivated me.. I know that I am in a place where imprinting my vision of what I want (defined with detail and clarity) is so very important. I know that I am on the threshold of a very important shift and I truly believe that this is the prescription needed to move through it with confidence.

  4. Ron 5 years ago

    Ten years of Indian Residential School life, drove out any ambition I had. I got used to going where I was pushed. Luckily, my Granny urged me to stay in school. I could have gone to University, but I did not have academic goal. An Aircraft Maintenance course landed in my lap. I knew nothing about aircraft, had not even got close enough to touch one. When I got an aircraft mechanic job with an airline, the world was my oyster. Got married, two wonderful kids, then she left! For fifteen years, I helped raise those two kids, and I traveled, and traveled, and traveled! Then I was forced into retirement. Took life easy till the grand kids arrived. Now, I’d rather spend time with the grand kids than travel. No visions of grandeur, thank you very much. Now, I’m happy learning my peoples’ Shaman Life!

  5. Jennifer 5 years ago

    So, this really hit home for me. 7 years ago, I was in a very similar place to where I am right now, both financially and in my career/job/work life. And all of a sudden, I was offered this fabulous job working remotely for a company I loved. When that situation changed and I no longer could get behind the company I worked for and I was laid off, I started to feel like I could never, ever have that situation again – like it was a one in a million occurrence. But now, after watching this and doing this work in the mentorship, I’m starting to feel like I can have that life again – doing work that I love that doesn’t require me to be in an office 40 hours a week. I’m realizing now that at the time that job showed up for me, that was what I was trying to bring into my life. So now, I need to really sit down and get clear about what it is that I’m trying to bring into my life this time around. I love what Dakota said about working 20 hours a week, using that business model. It’s totally possible, and I totally have the marketing skills to promote myself. I’m starting to get excited about this – it’s really possible!

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