Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365 page book. What kind of story are you going to write? Is it going to be a mystery, tragedy or comedy? Is it going to be filled with inspiration or satire? What will it reveal?
You don't have to make resolutions. You don't have to force yourself to be different that you are. There doesn't have to be difficulty, denial and a long to-do list to write a stellar book that you love.
Start with the outline of your book. Make it today. Keep it simple. What is going to be the theme of the story? What are the main character's (you) strengths and values? How will magic and purpose weave into the story? Get excited about the story you are writing.
"Tomorrow is the first blank
I am excited about all of my blank pages, and I am ready to fill them with one thing above everything else. I am going to fill them with the easiest thing in the world! LOVE. I am not talking about the subjective type of love where their are requirements. I am talking about the type of love the springs forth from every soul without effort. There is nothing for me to do, no 'resolutions', just simply opening the gates to this ever-present, always-abundant pulse of life that is love itself. The lead female role in my book is going to be starring someone who is positive, decisive, and mindful. The supporting roles will be filled by happy people who live with purpose and passion. My book for 2014 will be an inspiring story that is naturally comedic. It will be a story you can't put down & one that will be high-impact and life-changing to all it touches.
What will you write in 2014? Are you ready to create a story that you love reading?
The great news is that you can jump genre's. If you've been writing a tragedy with yourself starring as the lead victim - tomorrow is a new day - and an entirely new story. Write something you are going to love!
Mindy Amita Aisling
ICF Life Coach,
NFPT Fitness Trainer,
OMA Certified Mediator
Mindy Aisling is a certified life and business coach in Bend, OR, exceeding all of the educational requirements & training set forth by the ICF.
She has worked with such organizations as St. Charles Hospital, Soroptimists, The Dispute Resolution Center, Olympic Medical Center, Americorps, and Juvenile and Family Services.
Mindy has been featured in the New York Times, The Seattle Times, The Bend Bulletin, The Peninsula Daily News, KOMO 4 TV, The Oregonian and many more. You can learn more about Mindy here.
Mindy offers professional, affordable online coaching to clients around the world, and local coaching to clients in Bend, Oregon.
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