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How to Make Life Exciting with a Wish List



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Wish List = Secret Sauce in the Recipe of Life!

Wish List?  That may sound like a dopey thing to you.  It’s understandable.  A kid might make a wish list and mail it out to Santa Claus, but you’re a jaded, burnt out adult.  You don’t want to hear about this.

But you must.

There’s the “Law of Attraction”, but that may sound foo-foo, circa 2007, so consider this instead….

When you hit a wall in the pursuit of your goals and your options are to either give up or keep moving forward, you may do the right thing and keep moving forward, but you’ll likely be tired and worn out from the initial challenge you’re faced with.  How to find the moxie to go around the wall, climb over it, dig a tunnel under it or haul a big ol’ pile of dynamite to it and blow it up if need be?

Keeping your WHY at the forefront can help.  Tweaking your S.M.A.A.R.T. goals could be called for.

But what if, despite anything you and your Dream Team spin up, you’re still out of gas, emotionally spent and unable to find your second wind to deal with the current challenge?

That’s when a Wish List comes in really handy.

Your Wish List can come in many forms.  You can write it down on paper.  You can type it up electronically.  You can make a “letter to the universe” if you’re a Law of Attraction devotee.  If you’re especially creative and/or a visual person, you can certainly create a Vision Board.

It doesn’t really matter how you do it; it’s just important that you actually do it, in whatever format is native to YOU.

Once you’ve decided on the format, you next must brainstorm every last thing you want out of life.  Be willing to believe that life can give it to you in the first place.  Then collect your wishes and dreams, document them, categorize them, etc.

Important, see how much fun all of that can feel like as you make that Wish List.

Need ideas?  Add things to your Wish List that are associated with people, places and things.  Have personal and professional wishes; educational and money-related wishes.  Have wishes that fall into each of the 5 categories of study that Woman-101 puts its life lessons into:  Mental, Physical, Emotional, Financial and Spiritual/Religious/Ethical.

Once you’ve done, be honest–aren’t you hungry to get some of those wishes granted?  Don’t you have that second wind necessary to jump out of your emotional foxhole and return to the battlefield of life?

Of course you do!

Let your Wish List whet your appetite and keep you psyched to live your WHY through the achievement of your goals.  No doubt your wishes should be in alignment with your WHY or they won’t light you up…for long.

Of course, the Wish List alone won’t be enough to manifest your desires; goals and actions taken on them will.  If you have to recalibrate your goals, fine.  But don’t stop believing and moving forward towards your WHY.


Need some more motivation to let yourself go so that you can wish and dream?  Try the book, Creative Visualization, by Shakti Gawain, available on Amazon.  Years ago Oprah gave a testimonial about this book; she came from nothing and manifested her dreams.  You can, too!



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