So I had one interview today, and I have one hopeful for a full-time position (which I’m not sure I want?). I love working when it’s a fun environment, interesting and enriching, and I sure hope I can find something like that to add to my schedule. I’m very hopeful for today’s interview because it’s part-time, won’t interfere with any of my volunteer shifts, weddings, meetings or classes.
We shall see!
Photo courtesy of Tiia
Desires are what drives us. Materials, status or experience, desires are what help propel us toward our goals.
I put together a list of my 20 material/money desires (all of which I’m desperate for!):
- Video Camera (Sony HDR-FX7)
- Photography Camera
- Digital Camera
- Matrix Energetics Level 1 and 2 Seminars in August
- Travel to Boston
- Padres Games
- Running Shoes
- Road Bike
- Boogie Board
- Tennis Club Membership
- Bike Lock
- Bureau Bed
- Mail Sorter and/or Shelving Units
- Flat Screen
- Comfy Chair
- Pencil Skirt
- Forest Green Padre Hat
- Train to Northern California
What are your top desires?
How do you get to the point of achieving your goals?
You have to get to the point where you need them achieved; you crave them achieved; you can’t live without them being achieved. You have to become desperate.
I’m slowly getting to the point of desperation. The more I see where I want my life to be and the more I accept that I can have my desires, the more desperate I become.
How can you become desperate for your goals?
“Whoever said money can’t buy happiness simply didn’t know where to go shopping.” –Bo Derek
Money. Such a small word, yet with such a huge impact.
I’ve gotten to the point where I love money and really crave it. This week, I need to make it. My three point plan:
- Find a job or job lead
- Get a Global account
- Make a list of 20 things I desire now and visualize them in my life